One hundred years after the opening of Scavia’s first Milanese store, an exhibition marked the partnership between the Museum and the well-known jewellery house that keeps enchanting the world with timeless creations.
This is the fascinating story of the evolution of an icon, a tale that unfolds through time, embracing contemporaneity and eternity.
An invitation to all Buccellati connoisseurs and lifetime clients worldwide to share their jewels and precious memories with the Maison.
Discover treasures from the most important Viennese Imperial and Royal jewellery collection ever to come to auction.
An interview delving into the intricacies of the jewellery business and exploring the key elements that contribute to a brand’s success and longevity.
Queen Mary’s Crown is removed from display at the Tower of London ahead of the Coronation.
Princess Diana’s Attallah Cross, a unique 1920s pendant by Garrard worn on several occasions by the Princess, was acquired by Kim Kardashian at Sotheby’s London during the “Royal and Noble Sale” on 18 January.
Two Princesses of Wales, one magnificent choker.
The Williamson Pink Star, which recently sold at Sotheby’s Hong Kong for a staggering $58 million, shares its geographical provenance with another remarkable pink, today in the Royal Collection.
Bits of history and some masterpieces featuring the spinel – the gem that used to be mistaken for a ruby.
The Italian Royal Family will offer at Sotheby’s Geneva a tiara which has remained within the Family collection for 150 years.
Hancocks London to unveil an extraordinary tiara from the collection of Henry Cyril Paget, 5th Marquess of Anglesey.
Downton Abbey brought back the tiara thanks to Bentley & Skinner, that lent them some serious sparklers. But are tiaras only for aristocratic ladies?
Historic jewels take us back in time. They are unique pieces with a soul. And their fabled past is still alive today.