Baroncelli Heritage Pair



John and his wife Lina head towards the theatre doors. These opera enthusiasts have just attended the premiere of Giuseppe Verdi's Falstaff. Composed in Milan more than 120 years ago, the Master's last creation has lost none of its original mirth. John and Lina are delighted; the performance was spectacular.

Turning to her husband, Lina suggests they make this perfect moment last by dining in a restaurant in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II right next to the theatre. Sitting at the table, these childhood sweethearts hold each others' hands. Rather than wedding rings, they chose the slim and light Baroncelli Heritage to seal their union. They selected this collection for the symbolism they saw within it. Freely inspired by the architecture of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, it reminds them with every passing second of their chance encounter under the famous cupola.

The waiter interrupts their romantic reverie. Dinner is served. John and Lina untwine their hands but their hearts beat as one, just like the simultaneous pulse of the automatic calibres equipping their Baroncelli Heritage timepieces.


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