Fine Italian gold jewelry made in Florence
Anyone that has visited Florence will recall the numerous dazzling displays of the jewelry workshops located on Ponte Vecchio, one of the symbols of the city. Strolling by the beautifully lit shop windows, it is impossible to not be struck by the precious jewels on display which are often works of art created by these master Florentine goldsmiths.
Artisan gold jewelry made in Florence is appreciated and exported across the world. Its success stems from the long tradition of the craft in Florence and the experience of the local master artisans. Gold jewelry "made in Florence" is without a doubt one of the most exclusive of the typical handicrafts made in Florence, one of the most popular sought and purchased on trips to the Tuscan capital.
Are you searching for an exclusive gift for a special someone? Are you in search of an original and precious item? An artisan piece of jewelry, created by hand by a master Florentine goldsmith, is surely a perfect gift idea!
Nowadays many of the best Florentine goldsmiths have adapted to modern times and present their artisan jewelry collections online with the possibility of worldwide shipping. Wherever you might be, it is now possibile to receive your own "made in Florence" artisan gold jewelry in a matter of days.
Artisan Workshops in Florence
Just past Ponte Vecchio, head to your left along the Arno river. At the next bridge, Ponte delle Grazie, turn right and then left on to Via San Niccolò: a bit hidden but finding master goldsmith Alessandro Dari's amazing workshop/museum is worth the effort. You'll get the chance to admire truly magnificent works of art - for free! Many of the magnificent works of arts he has created can be worn, so you will very tempted ;-).
About Lourdes Flores
An American living in Florence for over 12 years, Lourdes loves to explore and discover new places in Tuscany - trying to maintain the eyes of a "tourist" despite the experience of living in Italy for so many years ;-). She loves to share her experiences through this website, offering help in travel planning on the Forum - if you have questions for Lourdes, post them there!
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