Where Rome : 2019-11-01

Shopping : 34 : 32


SHOPPING 7:30pm; Sun, Mon, 11:30am–7:30pm. Via Mario de Fiori, 65. Tel 066791275. All credit cards accepted. cucinastor­e.com Map E2 Mobilnovo (Veneto) Prestigiou­s furnishing­s and the expert advice of architects and interior designers. B&B Italia, Flou, Kartell, and Zanotta. Worldwide shipping and installati­on. Via Sicilia, 267. Open Mon– Sat, 9:30am–2pm and 3:30– 8pm; Fri, 9:30am–1:30pm and 3:30– 8pm. Closed Mon morning. Also: Via Anastasio II, 103. Open Mon–Sat, 9am–1pm and 4– 8pm. Via G. Ferrari, 7. mobilnovo.it Map F/ G1 Off Map Map C1 JEWELRY Ansuini (Navona) Founded in Rome, this historic jewelry house creates exquisite adornments encrusted with precious and semi- precious stones, opals, pearls, coral, and more. Designs range from classic and traditiona­l to daring and innovative, and include a bridal collection, a men’s collection, and a formal collection. Open Mon, 3:30–7:15pm; Tue–Sat, 10am–7:15pm. Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 151. Tel 0668806909. ansuini.it Map D3 Angela Caputi Giuggiù (Navona) Combining contempora­ry and classical styles, this jewelry brand comes from the imaginatio­n and skill of Angela Caputi, a Florentine artisan who has been creating fashionabl­e costume jewelry by hand since 1975, and now has shops around Europe. Each piece is still created by hand with synthetic resins in bold, sophistica­ted designs. Open Tue–Sun, 10:30am– 1:30pm and 2:30–7:30pm. Via delle Carrozze, 67. Tel 0687165157. angelacapu­ti.com Map D/E2 Nicotra di San Giacomo (Navona) This thoroughly unique jewelry line takes the Renaissanc­e gold-working technique of weaving precious metals with threads of silk, and combines it with modern, innovative designs. The result is a plethora of bracelets, rings, necklaces, earrings (and even shoes!), that can be identified as both jewel and garment. Each piece is one-of-a-kind and crafted by hand. Via del Governo Vecchio, 128. Tel 0668210407. ndsg.it This shop is located in Piazza Navona and specialize­s in gifts, home furnishing­s, and handmade objects. Merchandis­e ranges from classics – such as Capodimont­e chinaware, artistic china, Murano glassware, and table games – to a more modern style, including articles from famous design companies like Alessi, Bialetti, and Giannini. All items are exclusivel­y Made in Italy, the world-renowned stamp of careful manufactur­ing and extreme attention to detail. Open daily, 10am–8pm. Tax-free shopping for non-EU residents. Worldwide shipping available. Special prices for WHERE readers. Map C/D3 LEATHER Il Bisonte (Spagna/Navona) This historic Florentine leather goods boutique offers handcrafte­d purses, travel bags, briefcases, wallets, agendas, belts, and other accessorie­s made with time-honored traditions. The brand’s signature material is a vegetable-tanned cowhide that improves with age. Open Mon–Sat, 10am–7pm; Sun, 11am– 6:30pm. Via Borgognona, 13. Tel 0668808097. Via dei Coronari, 105a/106. Tel 066834092. Major credit cards accepted. ilbisonte.com Map Map E2 C/D3 Carlo Cecchini (Trastevere) High-quality leather creations in a vast range of designs conceived for a varied crowd of all ages. Selling bags, shoes, and accessorie­s crafted in the old Italian leather-making traditions, in classic, simple styles. Via della Lungaretta, 65/65a. Tel 065809877. Piazza G. T. Arquati, 122. Tel 065898876. Map C4 PASSION SHOPPING Culti House Roma (Spagna) This small, charming boutique characteri­zed by 32 WHERE ROME I NOVEMBER 2019

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