Italian jewelry company, Buccellati will reveal their new home in New York by the end of October. Located in a five-floor townhouse on Madison Avenue among such neighbors as David Yurman, Graff, Chopard and Girard-Perregaux, the store covers 6,480 square foot, and 3,240 square feet will be dedicated to commercial space. Haute joaillerie, bridal engagement and silver collection, bespoke watches and a VIP area will be located among three floors. The forth level will be a showroom and the top floor will be dedicated to parties and events. The concept of the new store blends tradition with contemporary design. The store will be associated with the arts, with Riccardo Beretta selected to be their first artist to showcase pieces of artwork on the ground floor of the boutique and in its VIP room.
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