The jewel museum

Alessandro Dari Jewel Museum in Florence

A Unique Exhibition Atelier in the Historic Center

The Museum-Atelier of Alessandro Dari, officially recognized as a Museum-Workshop by the Rome’s Fine Arts Office in 2001, stands as a landmark for jewelry and art enthusiasts in Florence.

Located in the enchanting 15th-century Nasi-Quaratesi palace, it has become a renowned jewel museum in Florence, where visitors can admire and purchase the Master’s creations.

A Hidden Treasure of Goldsmith Art in Florence

The Jewel Museum in the heart of Florence is a magical place, a hidden treasure among the city’s historic alleys.

For a modest entry fee of 5€, visitors are invited to a unique daily experience from 10:30 AM to 7:30 PM, no reservation required, to immerse themselves in a world of exquisite craftsmanship.

Exclusive Collections in the Florence Jewel Museum

The Museum-Atelier of Alessandro Dari showcases over 40 displays and 2,000 unique pieces, representing one of the most extensive collections of artistic jewelry in Florence.

The collections follow specific themes and include the renowned works of “Perceptual Dynamism,” a revolutionary goldsmithing art movement created by the Master in 2002.

The Florence jewel museum is not only a sanctuary for jewelry lovers but a must-visit destination in the city.