The Ferdinando Veronesi e Figli jewelery store opens
This year Christmas in Galleria Cavour is really full of surprises and continues to give emotions!
In fact, another important novelty is preparing to welcome our visitors, further embellishing the parterre of the prestigious boutiques present here: the Ferdinando Veronesi & Figli jewelery shop has in fact recently inaugurated its brand new flagship store.
It is a name that the city of Bologna already knows very well because it is the emblem of a tradition that has been handed down from generation to generation since 1893. As in a great novel, the history of the Veronesi family is indelibly intertwined with that of the city and its commercial quadrilateral.
Starting from the end of the 19th century, passing through the difficult years of world conflicts and the consequent Italian economic boom, the family, with its skilful goldsmith’s art, continued to hand down its mastery, renewing itself and distinguishing itself, decade after decade, for professionalism and sophistication.
Today Ferdinando Veronesi e Figli srl is managed by the sons of Carlo, Marco and Paolo and continues to be, thanks to them, a point of reference for lovers of luxury. Also for this reason the new boutique has chosen to be present in a reality like Galleria Cavour, the epicenter of the most exclusive and famous brands.
The shop houses, inside, the best of high jewelery and the most renowned names in watchmaking. After all, the Veronesi were the first jewelers in all of Emilia Romagna to commercialize the Rolex brand.
The jeweler then focused on another Genevan excellence which later became a brand dear to the family tradition: Patek Philippe, synonymous throughout the world with absolute elegance and exclusivity; and on other very important brands such as, for example, Tudor. Now the time has come for Veronesi & Figli to write a new, exciting chapter in the commercial heart of luxury shopping in Bologna. It is an important page in history, which will tell of future challenges in the name of tradition.