Buccellati, a Chinese-owned Italian luxury jewellery house, returns to Hong Kong since it set up its first store in 1970.

The boutique, on the ground floor of Harbour City’s Gateway Arcade, is a step forward in the brand’s international expansion. The store is the sixth boutique launched by the Milan-based jewellery powerhouse in Asia.

Historic Italian jewellery house Buccellati opens new store in Macau

The store is decorated with graceful micro-sculptures which resemble the house’s iconic Modellato engravings. Unique and sophisticated jewellery pieces on display include the Macri Classica cuff bracelets, Opera Colour sautoirs and Hawaii earrings.

Founded in Milan in 1919, Buccellati is noted for its traditional engraving techniques and its Italian Renaissance-inspired designs.

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