Buccellati has opened the doors of its new boutique in Paris, in rue Saint-Honoré, on which are located a number of museums and upscale boutiques.
At nr. 239 of this street, in the heart of the City of Light, there is the Hotel Costes, a magic place for all those who love Paris. A place where to stay in warm and cosy suites, or simply where to savour French cuisine in the inner courtyard, which is a lively spot all days and nights, full of local and international clientele.
Set into the façade of Hotel Costes, the four windows invite you to discover Buccellati’s wonderful jewels, preciously crafted by the hands of its artisans, who know how to bring to light jealously treasured traditions and workmanship techniques passed over from generation to generation.
The new store, with 150 square meters of exhibition and selling space and all focused on the institutional architectonic concept, is enhanced with accents of extreme luxury and refinement, where all the Buccellati collections of jewellery, silverware and watches find their ideal location and offer themselves with a renewed splendour.
Buccellati is one of the world’s most renowned high jewelry houses, celebrated for its craftsmanship, design, and one- of-a-kind masterpieces. Buccellati prides itself in its use of rare stones with a strong focus on colour; a characteristic uncommon to many fine jewelry makers. Today, Buccellati jewels are admired worldwide not only for their design and genuine craftsmanship, but also for the house’s signature engraving techniques, which date back to the ancient traditions of the goldsmith’s ateliers of the Italian Renaissance.
Buccellati boutiques can be found worldwide in Milan, Venice, Florence, Cala Di Volpe, Capri, Monte Carlo, Paris, Lion, Lugano, London, Moscow, Dubai, Beirut, New York, Chicago, Aspen, Beverly Hills, Bal Harbour, Palm Beach, New Orleans, Houston, San Marino, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Seoul, Osaka, Nagoya, Shanghai, Beijing and Macau.
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