Top Choice Perfume in Boboli & San Miniato al Monte

Lorenzo Villoresi

Artisan perfumes, bodycare products, scented candles and stones, essential oils and room fragrances crafted by Florentine perfumer Lorenzo Villoresi meld distinctively Tuscan elements such as laurel, olive, cypress …
Arts & Crafts in Boboli & San Miniato al Monte

Legatoria Il Torchio

Peek into Erin Ciulla’s cosy workshop for an insight into her contemporary approach to the traditional Florentine art of bookbinding. Inside you’ll find a treasure trove of gifts, including hand-sewn leather books, …
Shoes in Boboli & San Miniato al Monte

Stefano Bemer

Bespoke shoes for gents – complete with original sixpence coin embedded in the sole of the left shoe for good luck – is what this Florentine shoemaker does best. Pick from 40 basic styles, fashioned in a remarkable …
Jewellery in Boboli & San Miniato al Monte

Antica Bottega Degli Orafi

Duck into this old-fashioned atelier to watch revered Florentine goldsmith Marco Baroni at work. Using all types of gold as well as iron, he crafts exquisite rings, bracelets, pendants and earrings embedded with rar…
Textiles in Boboli & San Miniato al Monte


The showroom for this Tuscan linen house, creator of fine textiles since 1842, is tucked within a decorative side room in medieval San Niccolò Sopr'Arno. From its tea towels to sumptuous bedding, this unique space i…
Fashion & Accessories in Boboli & San Miniato al Monte


Cashmere lined, merino lined, silk lined, lambs wool lined, unlined – gloves in whatever size, shape, colour and type of leather you fancy by Florentine glovemakers in the biz since 1919. Count on anything between €…
Arts & Crafts in Boboli & San Miniato al Monte

Anita Russo

Anita Russo's passion for pottery is ever present in her boutique Oltrarno workshop. Each piece is handmade and fired on-site, plus the artist hosts workshops for those wishing to create their own ceramic masterpiec…
Jewellery in Boboli & San Miniato al Monte

Alessandro Dari

Flamboyant jeweller and classical guitarist Alessandro Dari creates unique pieces in his 15th-century workshop-showroom in San Niccolò. 'Sculpture that you can wear' is how he describes his work.