Stunning design and artisan skills, the past and the present, are blended to perfection in the hands of Alessandro Barellini: his jewelry is a triumphant cross between experimentation and tradition, as can be seen in his studio boutique in Lungarno Guicciardini, where he has been creating and experimenting since 1999. Just like his jewels, Alessandro is multifaceted: he is passionate about art, movement, design and especially light, and this is all reflected in his creations. Alongside his main collection, Alessandro Barellini Gioielli, the most sophisticated and refined, we find other collections: Ext, jewelry and accessories of contemporary inspiration; Magia, a collection of rings featuring diamonds, colored enamels and precious stones combined with gold; and Bridal, dedicated to wedding rings.
Monday to Saturday from 10.30 am to 7.30 pm
Lungarno Guicciardini, 19R, 50125 Firenze, FI, Italia - +39 055 268148 - http://www.alessandrobarellini. com
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