Bonebakker Jeweller has been an established Amsterdam institution for over two centuries. As early as the 19th century the firm received numerous prestigious commissions, culminating in a new crown for King Willem II in 1840, which is still in use today by the Dutch royal family.
Jeweler Amsterdam and purveyor to the Royal Familly
Around 1900 Bonebakker expanded his expertise to jewellery and pearls. With the establishment of Paarlen en Juweelenhandel As. Bonebakker en Zoon, the products of trade and craft were brought from the workshop to the public. Bonebakker has created an attractive, sophisticated venue for connoisseurs and lovers of jewellery within the luxurious Conservatorium Hotel.
While roots will remain embedded deep in the age-old tradition of selling diamonds and manufacturing high quality jewellery, world renowned brands such as Piaget and Pasquale Bruni, as well as haute couture pieces from upcoming designers Casato, dinh van and Maxim Voznesensky are now the new focus for Holland’s oldest and most respected jewellery house.
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