Timepieces and jewellery are produced by Gucci's own skilled craftsmen: master watchmakers work in Gucci's own ateliers in La Chaux-de-Fonds Switzerland, and goldsmiths create magnificent pieces in Italy. Each piece typically incorportates Gucci's signature emblems, such as the Horsebit, marrying quality materials with inimitable Gucci flair.
Featuring multicoloured moonphases, large resin tigers’s heads that move to reveal secret watches and bangles adorned with padlocks, Gucci’s latest ladies collection is fun and fashion-forward.
Diving watches emblazoned with snarling tigers, dials featuring ghosts and UFOs or just simple elegant styles to be worn with a jacket and tie, there’s no sartorial situation a Gucci man’s watch won’t suit.
As Gucci’s new pieces prove, gold jewellery doesn’t always have to tend towards the classic in style. With motifs including bees, stars and hearts, this is flirtatious, feminine and certainly not staid.
Featuring everything from quirky takes on cufflinks to whimsical charm bracelets and dog-tag necklaces, Gucci’s silver collections are imaginative, stylish and very easy to wear.
In 1972, Gucci became one of the first fashion Houses to branch into timepieces, creating successful, iconic models that combined contemporary spirit and tradition, innovation and craftsmanship, fashion and elegance. Since that time, Gucci timepieces have been made in Switzerland, assembled at the company's watchmaking atelier in La Chaux-de-Fonds.
All Gucci Jewellery designs offer a uniquely Italian and contemporary take on elegant style and glamour, incorporating the brand's signature motifs, such as the Horsebit or 'GG' monograms. In its most luxurious expression, Gucci Jewellery is embellished with precious stones such as rubies, sapphires or diamonds, and the latter are always Kimberley certified.