The world reknowned Milanese fine jewelry brand, Buccellati will celebrate its New York City flagship space at 714 Madision Ave. New York, NY with an special exhibition. Patrons will have a chance to view one of a kind jewelry pieces that were inspired by Claude Monet, Pierre Bonnard, Winslow Homer, Mikhail Larionov, and Odilon Redon.
Entitlted “Timeless Blue”, the special night will include the unveiling of the brand’s collection of five artisan jewelry pieces. It will also support the restoration foundation, Save Venice. This new collection is a part of Buccellati’s process of changing the Milan based family firm to a more contemporary image, while maintaing specific iconic jewelry creating techniques that have been used for years. It was designed by Andrea Buccellati, president and creative director, and his 25 year old daughter, Lucrezia Buccellati.
The New York flagship store will dedicate its first floor to jewelry, watches, and pieces from its silver collection. The second floor will show silverwear, and its latest bridal collection rings. The third floor will show historical jewelry and vintage pieces that hold a special place in the brands heart, as well as a place to privately meet with clients. Lastly, the fourth floor is an exhibition for special collections and the fifth floor will be the “Buccellati Club” where friends and clients could hang out for a drink, breakfast, lunch or dinner.