Founded in the 1920s, the world-renowned House of Gucci has spent nearly a century crafting inimitably luxurious designs favored by the international Jet Set. Featuring classic lines and inspired materials such as bamboo and hemp, the brand has transitioned from purveyor of fine luggage and bags to the Italian aristocracy to a globally recognized brand that is synonymous with haute couture.
Along with the traditional fine leather bags, many of which feature equestrian-inspired hardware such as the iconic horse-bit motif, Gucci has been a leader in high fashion. Gucci clothing has been a renowned example of how craftsmanship and design can mesh with a truly wearable aesthetic.
Over the years, Gucci has added a number of lines to the brand including a fine jewelry line. The line features the house’s iconic motifs, such as the horse-bit and the instantly recognizable double-G, crafted in gem-studded gold. The beautifully formed pieces are, like other Gucci products, often as fashion-forward as they are classic – timeless items that transcend trends to become treasures.