M1-M3 Duomo, M3 Montenapoleone
Open Mon-Sat, 10am-6pm
The new jewellery boutique Gioielleria Ghezzi opens this November in Via Morone 8, a few steps from the Duomo, introducing itself to the public as “Private Jewels”, a nickname earned thanks to Elia Ghezzi’s long experience as director of traditional brands of the Milanese jewellery field. It is an important sign of recovery for the whole luxury industry after the pandemic.
WhereMilan wishes the best to this new business in the city and reminds its readers that in Via Morone, a street little more than 100 meters long, are gathered some of the best Milanese venues: from Alessandro Manzoni’s house to Antica Barberia Colla, from Ristorante Boeucc (dating back to 1696!) to the archives of Banca Intesa in which two centuries of Milanese history are stored. Recently installed in Piazza Belgioioso, connected to Via Manzoni and its 100 displayed brands through Via Morone, is also the first female statue of the city: that of Cristina Trivulzio di Belgioioso, a patron of the XIX century.