Rocca 1794 illuminates Venice
Fashion addicts rejoice! Famous designer Armani has chosen the beautiful city of Venice for his new ‘home’ and has taken up residence in the San Marco Sestiere, an exclusive district to host a boutique that is just as exclusive.
A new ‘jewel’ has taken up residence in St. Mark’s Square: the elegant Rocca 1794 boutique is the latest addition to the refurbished locations of the historic chain of high-end jewellery and watches.
Since its inception, precious materials, Made in Italy craftsmanship and timeless style have characterised the stunning jewellery of Rocca 1794 which can now also be admired at its fully refurbished Venetian boutique. The boutique’s sweeping window displays, overlooking Venice’s famous St. Mark’s Square, host the collections of prestigious brands including Damiani and Salvini, but also the iconic models of some of the world’s most coveted high-end watchmakers including A. Lange & Söhne, Piaget, Hublot, Zenith and Longines. Also particularly worthy of note are the splendid creations in glass handcrafted by Venini, unique artefacts that add a definite touch of allure to the space. Expert collectors or those who are new to the game can count on a service of excellence which entails full pre-and post-sale assistance. Highly qualified artisans are always on-hand to offer customers expert advice and a full maintenance service including check-ups, revisions and water resistance tests for all watch lines. Other services include providing international certificates that offer information about the grading and characteristics of a diamond. A great opportunity to treat yourself to a unique souvenir in one of Italy’s most romantic cities.
A Wholly Italian History
The history of Rocca 1794 is a paradigm of excellence, tradition and experience. Its roster of celebrity clients included Giuseppe Verdi, Luigi Pirandello, Gabriele D’Annunzio and even members of the House of Savoy, for whom Rocca became the official suppliers. To-date, the brand’s elegant boutiques are located in various cities in Italy and Switzerland including Bari, Bologna, Catania, Lecce, Lugano, Malpensa, Mantua, Milan, Orio al Serio, Padua, Taormina, Turin and Venice.