Buccellati is known for its textural gold jewelry and exquisite silver objects. As one of the oldest Italian jewelry brands operating from the 1920s to the 1960s, their pieces are bold and instantly recognizable.
Buccellati style is most closely associated with rich textural quality and premium texture-engraving. Engraving techniques such as rigato (parallel lines cut onto the surface), telato (texture obtained by cross-hatched lines), segrinato (engraving in all directions), ornato (decoration based on nature forms), modellato (reproducing several designs in three dimensions) are always used.
All of the Buccellati jewelry is created to look and feel like silk, lace, damask, tulle or linen. The use of mixed metals such as silver and gold as well as platinum and gold is also typical. If there are any gemstones used, they are unusual and include carved emeralds, rubies and rose-cut diamonds.