Buccellati, the Italian Glam

They recently inaugurated a new location in downtown Beirut.
By Hanane Tabet
January 17, 2018

The collection is named Macri after Maria Cristina's nickname given to her by her father Gianmaria Buccellati, and it includes rings, earrings, bracelets and cuffs, entirely handmade by the engravers of the house, according to an engraving technique called "Rigato", an Italian house-style, which creates parallel lines on the surface of the gold for a striking effect.
Daughter of Gianmaria Buccellati and granddaughter of the founder Mario Buccellati, Maria Cristina Buccellati is the international communication director of the house. Ultra-elegant, radiant and refined, she knows the secrets, the history and the collections of the house by heart, and transmits them with passion and emotion.
Buccellati jewelry unveils all the know-how of the Italian goldsmiths. The brand uses ancient techniques of goldsmithery such as engraving, chiseling or repoussage, according to techniques inherited from the Renaissance.
A refined, simple and radiant space, like the Italian house, exhibits the  timeless jewels of the Milan jeweler at Aïshti in downtown Beirut.
"We are very fortunate to be able to say that our jewelry is always designed by a 'Buccellati', this allows us to maintain a distinctive style and design that cross the generations. Timeless creations that make you dream", explains Maria Cristina Buccellati.