We start with one of the most famous Italian jewellers, whose distinguished regular customers include Princess Caroline of Monaco. We’re talking about the Mossa jewellery in Via dei Calzaiuoli 52/r in Florence. This family tradition dates back to 1973, and it is currently in its 5th generation. Definitely a nice guarantee.
Then there’s the Ponte Vecchio area where we find Cassetti, considered the best place to buy silver since 1926. Staying on Ponte Vecchio, at the corner with Borgo S. Jacopo, Fratelli Peruzzi is one of the oldest Florentine workshops which boasts its own brand of production – FI114 – sought after by collectors from all over the world. A gem not to be missed!
On the other hand, those who love watches must make a stop at the shop of Enrico Verità, Italy’s eighth oldest watchmaker, founded in 1865. The setting is the beautiful Torre degli Adimari in Via Calzuoli.
The Fani jewellery is conveniently situated in the most chic of Florence’s streets, Via de 'Tornabuoni 101, with its unique collections combining goldsmith tradition with the most modern design.
The last. but not least important, stop is in Via della Vigna Nuova, another of the city’s posh areas, at number 93 where the Fratelli Coppini laboratory is located. A goldsmith since 1740, here there is no lack of exclusive creations, designed and made by expert hands.
After this tour of the streets of Florence, I'm sure some of you will not go home empty handed!