In Barcelona there are numerous jewelry stores where you can find items of various prices and designs to suit all tastes and needs. There is no doubt that buying a jewel during your stay in Barcelona will make this period even more memorable, if possible. From ShBarcelona we provide all the information you need if you have to buy some jewel in the city.
Rabat: if you want a unique jewelry or a special gem to give away for a special commitment, here you will find it for sure. Each Rabat site has an exhibition of jewelry and watches with personality and selected exclusively in a “chic and relaxed” atmosphere. Last year they won the award for Best National Jewel in Vogue (See the sites on the website).
Solà Joiers: if you want an exclusive, personalized and custom jewel for you, this is a good choice. You can even see the jewel fabrication process in their workshop; from rings to diamond jewelry, earrings and other catalog pieces, is what you can find in Solà. Everything in all kinds of materials (Font Vella Street 57 – Terrassa).
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Peca Joyas: these original and handcrafted jewelry made by Anna Maresma from Barcelona and Bili Sanchez from Lima, will surprise you. They have two workshops in their two hometowns, which gives them more creative wealth to their jewels. Each jewel that comes out of their workshop is unique and unrepeatable and full of character.
Sant Joieria: in this list of original and different from each other jewelers so you can choose the one that best suits your tastes, we introduce you to Sant, a combination of history and creativity with commitment to the noble materials. If you visit the jewelry gallery on their website you will notice that they fulfill their principles to perfection (Petritxol Street 1).
Daniel Vior: all of this designer’s jewels are made in the Eixample district of Barcelona, within a cosmopolitan and Mediterranean atmosphere which is shown very clearly in his creations. Daniel’s experience as a goldsmith is also reflected in every gem and every piece, besides having a plate showing its name to recognize the piece quickly (Provenza Street, 267).