Engravings, fine details, and colorful stones. Buccellati returns to Monaco! 25 years after the closure of its first boutique, it is within the recently renovated Hotel de Paris, that goldsmiths and collectors alike can come to admire these creations.

Their gold lace has forged its reputation and its goldsmiths have been enchanting collectors for a century now. On the occasion of this very special anniversary, the jewelry house Buccellati is moving back to Monaco. The shop is located in the courtyard of the Hotel de Paris which has just been renovated – good news for lovers of metallurgy that is as beautiful as it is meticulous. Each piece is hand-made in the Milan workshop where, for hours, it is engraved and worked to obtain a unique and perfect jewel. Far from industrial logic and marketing, Buccellati has built a worldwide reputation and today has 25 stores worldwide.

Airs of the Belle Époque

After 25 years of absence, the Italian jeweler is inaugurating a new space in Monte Carlo in a Belle Epoque style, which is both sober and refined. It is a few blocks from its first store that opened in 1976, that the brand now presents its creations. Colorful jewels, impressive details, testifying to an authentic savoir-faire that has been passed on from generation to generation within the Buccellati family. Silver coins are also made including cutlery and dishware. This century-old house is now back in the Principality, where it should undoubtedly seduce the clientele once more.

*Article originally published in the French edition of the Monaco Tribune.