Timeless style & unique savoir-faire

Since 1919, Buccellati jewellery has been a symbol of unique beauty and quality.

A timeless design aesthetic and refined craftsmanship, inherited from a strong Italian goldsmith heritage and techniques dating back to the Renaissance, have always been at the center of the Buccellati universe.

The Maison’s ambition is to create objects of rare beauty and of exceptional craftsmanship that evoke the glamour of the past, while remaining relevant in the modern world.

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1919 in Milan, Italy


Nicolas Luchsinger

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Objects of exceptional craftsmanship

Buccellati style is distinctive in the use of rare stones with extraordinary colours, mixed with white and yellow gold, and in the main craftsmanship techniques, from the iconic art of rigato, a form of engraving characterised by numerous parallel lines that are reminiscent of a silk textile structure, embodied by the Macri collection; to the signature tulle openwork technique, adding a touch of legend to the Opera collection and to the most precious One of a Kind creations.

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High jewellery, jewellery, bridal jewellery, watches, silverware


Beloved natural elements, geometric shapes, and architectural patterns are stylised by skilled artisans to become iconic pieces

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  • Andrea & Lucrezia Buccellati’s Butterfly
Designed in 2023, this creation marks an evolution in the tradition, noticeable in the reworking of the honeycomb into a sunburst pattern and in the "modellato" edges. Yet, it also keeps an eye on modernity, through the juxtaposition of baguette-cut diamonds on the wings and the teardrop-cut diamonds on the body. The result strikes the perfect harmonious balance between rare preciousness and beauty.
  • Some highlights from a fantastic, unforgettable night.
  • Mario Buccellati’s Butterfly.
This butterfly from the 1950s perfectly epitomizes Mario’s experience as an “eccellentissimo orafo”, as Gabriele d’Annunzio liked to call him. This creature’s ruby eyes plead visitors to come closer, to observe first-hand the precision and sculptural nature of its tiny legs and antennae.