Jewelry Shopping in Florence

On a 4th floor (without an elevator) in a 16th century building in the center of Florence, is every jewelry lover’s dream. Although it looks like a cross between my husband’s workshop at its messiest, and the memories I have of my daughter’s “making” jewelry out of rhinestones and Elmer’s glue, this place is just fabulous.

Here they produce original jewelry from gold and silver, with or without gemstones in the typical Florentine tradition. 

I have my eye on a gorgeous gold bracelet called Corteccia di pino (bark of the pine). And with my 30th wedding anniversary coming up this month, I can hope!


I have been granted permission to take select shopping clients to this workshop, which is great. We need to make an appointment ahead of time, but for the serious jewelry shopper, this is a must!

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