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A FAMILY TRADITION

It was 1947 when pioneering entrepreneur Antonio Busatti started importing rare pearls from Japan. Antonio also happened to be an aesthete. A man of exquisite taste, he was an avid collector of art and antiques.

In 1970 Antonio was joined by the second Busatti generation. Then came a time of long voyages to India, Japan, Thailand and Africa to seek out the rarest stones. Alongside pearls came diamonds, sapphires, emeralds, and rubies, sourced from all over the world.

The year 2000 heralded a new era for the family as the third generation joined the House. Under Lalla Busatti’s creative direction, The House began making one of a kind creations of high jewellery for a discerning international clientele.

Busatti Milano’s family history is encapsulated in each piece, blending artistic innovation and exquisite craftsmanship with the splendour of the most precious stones, for quintessentially Italian high jewellery.

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Milano

This is the place where The House was born, at the same time as the twentieth century’s most significant arts, architecture and design movements were emerging; the place where a new femininity was asserting itself through fashion.

Tradition, innovation, design, and understated elegance. Through its creations, The House pays tribute to the city that played such a fundamental role, not just for the family but for defining its spirit and style.

ARCHITECTURE

Back in the 40s Milan was such a futuristic city that it seemed ready to interact in harmony with the Milan of a century later. With its colors, lines and architectural balance, the city today has lost none of its power to captivate and it serves as a continue inspiration for The House.

VOYAGE

After Antonio Busatti’s early journeys to Japan, he later discovered places like Rajasthan and Thailand on his mission to find unexplored sources and outstanding stones. That same thirst for long voyages and cultural research has been passed down the three Busatti generations.
For The House, the travel theme merges reality with mystery, remarkable and magical encounters. The House celebrates art and cultural curiosity through unique pieces such as its ‘Secret Boxes’; these captivate and astound collectors from all over the world seeking exceptional, one of a kind creations.

THE AVANT-GARDE

For The House, innovation means constant research and experimentation. It does both with flair, combining traditional savoir-faire with avant-garde artistry, drawing on innovative techniques and unexpected materials. Lalla Busatti feels that innovation springs from creativity and the quest to find alchemies between non_traditional materials. When forged together, they create an inimitable dialogue between substance, precious stones and style.
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NATURE

Since its very beginnings, the House has had a special affinity with nature, focusing on its strongest values: Femininity, Lightness and Beauty. The House pays homage to the aesthetic harmony and purity of nature. The brand’s collections inspired by nature faithfully represent the most beautiful things that the human eye can see. It achieves this with the peerless craftsmanship of its master goldsmiths, in the finest Italian tradition

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Caring for your jewellery

Your Busatti Milano jewel is a precious hand-crafted artefact that deserves special care.

Proper maintenance, along with some small but important tips to remember when you’re wearing it, can protect your jewellery from damage, preserving its original beauty over time.

General everyday care:
Use a jewellery box with compartments to prevent your pieces from scratching each other. In addition, keep each piece separately in its own soft, lined pouch or case, to protect from knocks or rubbing.
Keep exposure to direct sunlight, extreme temperatures and damp to a minimum.
Avoid contact with household chemicals such as fragrances, varnish, hairspray or cleaning products.
Handle with care. Avoid wearing while asleep or during sports and exercise.

Wearing your jewellery:
Busatti Milano jewels are created for special occasions and are not intended for everyday wear: we recommend saving them for events when they can be suitably shown off and admired.

After Sales Service:
Do not hesitate to bring your jewellery in to us regularly to ensure it is properly cleaned, check for loose prongs, or any other issues that may require repair. We will also inspect clasps and settings to reduce the risk of losing gemstones.

General cleaning:
Use a soft, clean cloth for delicate cleaning after every wear.
Every so often, clean your jewellery with a special solution applied with a brush; then rinse in clean water and dry with a soft cloth.

Precious stones:
Do not use abrasive materials or harsh chemical substances that could damage the stones.
To clean, immerse the jewel in warm water with a few drops of detergent and soak for 15 minutes. Then brush gently using a soft toothbrush.
Protect your jewellery from harsh knocks, which can cause the stone to chip or crack.
In some cases, certain stones may require polishing or re-cutting/engraving/etching if they are scratched or dulled due to wear and tear.

Pearls:
If your jewellery includes pearls, avoid exposing them to extreme temperatures as this may dull their natural lustre. Once a year, have the string inspected, and avoid spraying perfume on your pearl jewellery. To clean pearls, simply soak them in a solution of 10% neutral detergent (or lanolin) for 5-10 minutes, then dry with a soft cloth. Keep in a separate pouch if possible.

Metals:
Gold, platinum and titanium are metals subject to oxidation over time. They require cleaning and polishing from time to time. We recommend contacting our customer service directly for regular check-ups and maintenance.

Paperwork:
Keep all paperwork to do with your jewellery, such as certificates of authenticity and valuations, in a safe place.

Insurance:
Consider having your valuable jewellery insured to protect your investment in case of loss, theft or damage.

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Circonferenza DITO (mm)Taglia Busatti MilanoTaglia EuropaTaglia USTaglia Regno UnitoTaglia Giappone
499499
501050K10
511151L11
521252612
53135313
54145414
551555O15
561656P16
571757817
58185818
591959R19
6020609S20
61216121
6222621022
63236310 ¼23
64246410¾V24
65256511W25
66266611 ½26
      
Diametro ANELLO (mm)Taglia Busatti MilanoTaglia EuropaTaglia USTaglia Regno UnitoTaglia Giappone
15,69499
161050K10
16,21151L11
16,51252612
16,8135313
17,2145414
17,41555O15
17,81656P16
18,11757817
18,5185818
18,81959R19
19,220609S20
19,5216121
19,822621022
20236310 ¼23
20,4246410 ¾V24
20,6256511W25
21266611½26

About Busatti Milano

Busatti Milano incarnates the story of a family who have found their ultimate calling in a passion for the art of jewellery.

From its very beginnings in late 1940s Milan, the Maison’s creative message has embraced the diversity of far-off cultures. It draws upon the beauty, evocations and aesthetic forms of the visual arts, reinterpreting these inspirations with the subtle, refined elegance of Milan: the city’s motifs, decorative elements and history.

Each of its creations is the result of a process in which research is vital.
From selecting the rarest, most exclusive stones through to conceiving original, evocative designs, translated into jewels thanks to the artistry and craftsmanship of Italian master goldsmiths.

This world is further enriched by the Maison’s Bespoke services: Busatti The One lets you create your own piece of jewellery, curating every step from design to rendering, through to the final manufacture; meanwhile, the Revamp & Remodel service lets you give your heirloom jewellery a contemporary update, to pass down the generations.

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