Extraordinary shiny stones in bold settings: Buccellati’s Cocktail Rings

Design aesthetic and craftsmanship have always been at the centre of the Buccellati universe. The unrelenting desire to create something of rare beauty has earned the brand a distinct, unequivocal style, setting it apart from its competitors.

Buccellati’s Nobile Milanese heritage has greatly influenced the house’s refined, discrete and chic approach to jewelry awarding the brand with a truly distinctive esthetic.

In such a context, defined and shaped by centuries of inherited goldsmith’s art, and enriched by the Maison’s inspiration and perseverance, Buccellati’s Cocktail Rings brilliantly evoke the height of glory of 1920s America. Amethyst, topaz, garnet and tanzanite shine in fantastic and glittering settings, a feast for the eyes.

Pagoda Cocktail Ring in Yellow and white gold with Jade, diamonds and fancy yellow diamonds
Pagoda Cocktail Ring in Yellow and white gold with Jade, diamonds and fancy yellow diamonds
Pagoda Cocktail Ring in White, yellow and pink gold with Kunzite, emeralds and diamonds
Pagoda Cocktail Ring in White, yellow and pink gold with Kunzite, emeralds and diamonds
Musone Cocktail Ring in Yellow and white gold with Citrine and diamonds
Musone Cocktail Ring in Yellow and white gold with Citrine and diamonds
Musone Cocktail Ring in Yellow and white gold with Tanzanite and diamonds
Musone Cocktail Ring in Yellow and white gold with Tanzanite and diamonds
Botoletta Cocktail Ring in White and yellow gold with Tanzanite, diamonds and fancy yellow diamonds
Botoletta Cocktail Ring in White and yellow gold with Tanzanite, diamonds and fancy yellow diamonds
Pagoda Cocktail Ring in White and yellow gold with Opal, diamonds and fancy yellow diamonds
Pagoda Cocktail Ring in White and yellow gold with Opal, diamonds and fancy yellow diamonds
Botoletta Cocktail Ring in Yellow and white gold with Tanzanite and diamonds
Botoletta Cocktail Ring in Yellow and white gold with Tanzanite and diamonds

Following Gianmaria Buccellati’s words:

Creating perfect objects, with processes that aren’t used by anybody anymore, choosing very rare and extraordinary stones, it’s not only a habit of my father; it’s a family eccentricity.

Material courtesy of Buccellati.

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