Featured here is a Buccellati 18K Yellow Gold Cuff Bracelet. The cuff will fit a 6 1/2 inch wrist and weighs 51.8grams.
Featured here is a Buccellati 18K Yellow Gold Cuff Bracelet. The cuff will fit a 6 1/2 inch wrist and weighs 51.8grams. Try on and enjoy this bracelet at our La Maison Boutique located at the Waterside Shops in Naples, FL ->
Ever since it was founded in 1919 by Mario Buccellati, the “Prince of Goldsmiths” according to Gabriele d’Annunzio, the Maison has remained steadfastly true to its origins.
Mario Buccellati was born in Ancona on April 29, 1891. Following the death of his father, Mario moved with his mother, Maria, and his brothers to the grande Milano of the early 20th century.
As soon as he arrived, he secured an apprenticeship with the goldsmiths Beltrami and Besnati, whose business at Via Santa Margherita 5, between La Scala and the Galleria, lay in the heart of the city.
It was here that the young Mario learned the best in Italian goldsmithing traditions, its thousand-year-old techniques and its materials
From father to son, reviving stones, materials and techniques that were on the verge of extinction: Mario, Gianmaria and his son, Andrea, have all displayed a gift for creativity combined with a passion for design. As such, the Buccellati style is that of art jewelry, steeped as it is in over a hundred years of tradition. It is synonymous with unique pieces inspired by the Middle Ages or the Renaissance. The Buccellati style is gold lace, cascades of rare stones and mysterious reflections from precious metals. It comes from over 100 years of creativity: the affirmation of timeless style and a unique know-how
18K Yellow Gold