Inspired by the femininity and sophisticated elegance of daughter Maria Cristina, Gianmaria Buccellati conceived a collection that was synonymous with excellence, quality and unparalleled beauty. His aim was to create a piece of jewelry boasting all the iconic features of the Maison’s goldsmithing tradition, with a particular focus on engraving techniques. At a later date, Andrea Buccellati expanded the collection by introducing new decorative motifs, such as the AB and Giglio emblems, both embellished with diamonds.
Delicate craftsmanship distinguished by a silky sheen that recalls the warp and weft of precious fabrics. Created using a burin, a tool already employed in the Renaissance period, the Rigato effect is a finish unique to the Macri collection, one of the iconic lines of the Maison.