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Buccellati Large Zodiac Cancer Gold Silver Pendant
By Buccellati
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Large silver and 18k gold pendant, crafted by Buccellati, depicting Cancer zodiac sign. Retail $6100, comes with pouch. Pendant is 41mm (excluding bale) x 33mm, weighs 22.2 grams. M...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary More Necklaces

Materials

18k Gold, Silver

Buccellati Sterling Silver Zodiac Sign Aries Ring
By Buccellati
Located in Boca Raton, FL
A sterling silver ring depicting the Aries zodiac. The ring is a size 7.25, ring top is 23mm in diameter. The weight of the piece is 10.6 grams. Marked: Buccellati,Gianmaria Sterl...
Category

Late 20th Century More Rings

Materials

Sterling Silver

Buccellati Sterling Silver Zodiac Sign Aquarius Large Ring
By Buccellati
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Large sterling silver ring, crafted by Buccellati, depicting Aquarius zodiac sign. Ring is a size 6 1/2, top of the ring is 23mm in diameter. Marked 16304, 925, Buccellati, Italy. We...
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21st Century and Contemporary More Rings

Materials

Sterling Silver

Buccellati Leo Zodiac Pendant
By Buccellati
Located in New York, NY
Buccellati 18k satin finish Leo zodiac medallion mounted on agate stone of a pink and black combination, signed M. Buccellati, circa 1970s
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H 1.75 in. W 1.25 in.
Buccellati Libra Zodiac Pendant
By Buccellati
Located in New York, NY
Buccellati 18k satin finish gold medallion of the Libra zodiac sign mounted on amethyst stone, signed M. Buccellati, circa 1970s
Buccellati Aquarius Zodiac Pendant
By Buccellati
Located in New York, NY
Buccellati 18k satin finish aquarius Zodiac medallion mounted on emerald green agate, signed M. Buccellati, circa 1970s
Buccellati Taurus Zodiac Pendant
By Buccellati
Located in New York, NY
18k gold Taurus zodiac pendant set on rose quartz stone, 1.5" long and 1" wide, signed Buccellati
Buccellati Sagittarius Zodiac Pendant
By Buccellati
Located in New York, NY
18k gold Sagittarius zodiac pendant mounted on light green stone, 1.75" long and 1.25" wide, signed Buccellati
Buccellati Gemini Zodiac Pendant
By Buccellati
Located in New York, NY
18k gold Gemini zodiac pendant mounted on sodolite stone of a navy blue shade, 1.75" in length and 1.5" wide, signed Buccellati
Large Buccellati Libra Zodiac Pendant
By Buccellati
Located in New York, NY
Buccellati 18k satin finish large Libra zodiac medallion mounted on agate stone, signed M. Buccellati, circa 1970s
BUCCELLATI Jasper Aquarius Zodiac Medallion
By Buccellati
Located in New York, NY
Buccellati 18k brushed gold aquarius zodiac pendant mounted on a beautiful jasper stone of a russet color measuring 2.75" long including bale. Width measures 1 5/8". Shown on texture...
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H 2.75" in. W 1 5/8" in.
BUCCELLATI Lapis Aquarius Zodiac Pendant
By Buccellati
Located in New York, NY
Buccellati brushed gold aquarius zodiac pendant mounted on lapis. 2 1/8" in diameter. 2.5" high including bale. A subtle yet substantially sized pendant in true elegant Buccellati st...
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H 2.5" in. Dm 2 1/8" in.
BUCCELLATI Virgo Zodiac Pendant on Amethyst
By Buccellati
Located in New York, NY
A beautiful Buccellati brushed 18k gold pendant of the Virgo zodiac sign mounted on Amethyst Stone. 1 7/8" long including the bale and 1" wide. Signed M. Buccellati. Circa 1970s
Buccellati Pisces Zodiac Sign Gold Silver Medallion Pendant
By Buccellati
Located in Boca Raton, FL
An 18k yellow gold and silver medallion pendant, crafted by Buccellati, depicting Pisces zodiac sign. Pendant id 48mm in diameter (*pictured chain is for display purposes only, not i...
Category

20th Century Necklace Enhancers

Materials

18k Gold, Silver

Buccelatti Taurus Zodiac Gold Charm Pendant
By Buccellati
Located in New York, NY
This pendant/charm is 18k yellow gold a depicts a relief bull with elements of the Taurus zodiac. It is signed Buccelatti as well.
Category

Vintage 1970s More Necklaces

Materials

18k Gold

Buccellati Zodiac For Sale on 1stDibs

On 1stDibs, you can find the most appropriate buccellati zodiac for your needs in our varied inventory. Each design created in this style — which was crafted with great care and often made from Silver, 18k Gold and Gold — can elevate any look. In our selection of items, you can find a vintage example as well as a contemporary version. If you’re looking for a buccellati zodiac from a specific time period, our collection is diverse and broad-ranging, and you’ll find at least one that dates back to the 20th Century while another version may have been produced as recently as the 21st Century. Finding a buccellati zodiac for sale for women should be easy, but there are 2 pieces available to browse for unisex as well as men, too.

How Much is a Buccellati Zodiac?

On average, a buccellati zodiac at 1stDibs sells for $3,150, while they’re typically $800 on the low end and $6,500 for the highest priced versions of this item.

Buccellati Biography and Important Works

In 1919, Mario Buccellati (1891–1965) launched his eponymous jewelry house with the opening of his first shop in Milan and quickly built a reputation for his richly embellished traforato, or finely pierced goldwork. The Ancona, Italy–born jeweler’s workmanship was in a class of its own. His pieces were exquisite, yet the gemstones themselves were never too flashy, elevated instead by the designs’ intricate metalsmithing.

A love of tradition set Mario and his fine jewelry house apart in the competitive Italian market and remains a point of pride for the family, which is still closely tied to the business even as it is now owned by Richemont, a luxury conglomerate that also counts Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels among its subsidiaries.

A young Mario Buccellati apprenticed with famed goldsmith Beltrami e Besnati in the early 1900s, although many of the goldsmithing techniques synonymous with Buccellati go as far back as the Italian Renaissance. The family lineage is also said to include 18th-century jeweler Contardo Buccellati. Owing to the founder’s advanced metalworking skills, the brand is known for designs that feature metal with the delicacy of lace and draw on the wonders of the natural world. The house’s work is typified by intricate gemstone settings that emphasize their natural color and dense engraving techniques that transform the texture of gold.

One of the time-honored engraving techniques that has come to characterize Buccellati’s work — techniques that require apprenticeships and training in the fine jeweler’s workshops — is called rigato. It involves the engraving of a precious metal with a series of parallel lines to achieve a fabric-like effect. Rigato is on luminous display in the house’s Macri collection of earrings, cuff bracelets and other accessories. A painstaking attention to detail is pronounced in the celebrated Macri, Bartolomeo and Unica collections — witness the striking honeycomb motif, a house signature, that characterizes the Unica collection’s Caterina bracelet, for example. The Macri collection was the work of Mario’s son, Gianmaria Buccellati, an award-winning jeweler and internationally renowned silversmith who worked to bring the brand to the global stage by overseeing the opening of boutiques in Tokyo, Paris, California and elsewhere.

In 1951, Mario opened his first store in New York City; today the company operates boutiques worldwide. In 2019, the company celebrated its centennial with a new flagship in Paris and a Vintage Collection that features some of its most enduring designs.

On 1stDibs, find a collection of authentic Buccellati jewelry, including earrings, necklaces, rings and other accessories.

Finding the Right Necklaces for You

We are fortunate to know much of the world’s long and dazzling history of necklaces, as this type of jewelry was so treasured that it was frequently buried with its owners.

Lapis lazuli beads adorned necklaces unearthed from the royal graves at the ancient Iraqi civilization of Sumer, while the excavation of King Tut’s burial chamber revealed a sense of style that led to a frenzy of Art Deco designs, with artisans of the 1920s seeking to emulate the elegant work crafted by Ancient Egypt’s goldsmiths and jewelry makers. 

In ancient times, pendant necklaces worn by royalty and nobles conferred wealth and prestige. Today, wearing jewelry is about personal expression: Luxury diamond necklaces exude confidence and can symbolize the celebratory nature of a deep romantic relationship, while paper-clip chain-link necklaces designed by the likes of goldsmith Faye Kim are firmly planted in the past as well as the present. Kim works exclusively with eco-friendly gold, and these fashionable, fun accessories owe to the design of 19th-century watch fobs. 

For some, necklaces are thought of as being a solely feminine piece, but this widely loved accessory has been gender-neutral for eons. In fact, just as women rarely took to wearing a single necklace during the Renaissance, men of the era layered chains and valuable pendants atop their bejeweled clothing. In modern times, the free-spirited hippie and counterculture movements of the 1960s saw costume-jewelry designers celebrating self-expression through colorful multistrand necklaces and no shortage of beads, which were worn by anyone and everyone. 

Even after all of these years, the necklace remains an irrefutable staple of any complete outfit. Although new trends in jewelry are constantly emerging, the glamour and beauty of the past continue to inform modern styles and designs. In a way, the cyclical history of the necklace differs little from its familiar looped form: The celebrated French jewelry house Van Cleef & Arpels found much inspiration in King Tut, and, now, their Alhambra collection is a go-to for modern royals. Vintage necklaces designed by David Webb — whose work landed him on the cover of Vogue in 1950, two years after opening his Manhattan shop — were likely inspired by the ornamental styles of ancient Greece, Mesopotamia and Egypt

On 1stDibs, browse top designers like Cartier, Tiffany & Co. and Bvlgari, or shop by your favorite style, from eye-catching choker necklaces to understated links to pearl necklaces and more.