Our history

From season to season, Baggio 1920 enhances its ranges with new pieces from the great names in jewellery, from prestigious international luxury watchmakers, from the most precious collections of silverware, crystal, porcelain and leather goods.
From floor to floor, the atelier is a world to be discovered. Prestigious in-store corners showcase the largest international Houses like Cartier, IWC and Jaeger-LeCoultre, set in the environment like a gem that never ceases to amaze.
As you cross the threshold of the refurbished showroom in Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, in Orzinuovi, with its parquet inserts and sumptuous marbles, the sensation is that of entering a parallel dimension where the most refined taste meets the expertise of the sector and offers the warmest welcome.
These are the characteristics that give each precious piece its charm, to create an exclusive relationship between Baggio 1920 and each customer.
Along with careful presentation and expert advice, Baggio 1920 provides an internal service workshop, where repairs and alterations are completed with professionalism and skill.
That of Baggio 1920 is a natural vocation, handed down through four generations and expressed in a series of proposals where long-established professionalism becomes the hallmark of an exclusive style.
Culture, know-how, class and elegance are the coordinates that guide those who enter Baggio 1920, as they find themselves experiencing a visit that becomes a voyage of discovery.
A wonderous voyage that will never be forgotten.
Just like a precious piece that will offer lasting emotions.


Tradition and avant-garde in our philosophy therefore cease to be antithetical concepts, becoming instead complementary values, bastions of a history constantly projected towards excellence. Yesterday as today, today as yesterday.


Chantecler, Paillettes

Chantecler is an Italian brand that stands out thanks to its unique design and the impeccable quality of its creations.

Since its foundation in Capri, Chantecler has passionately transformed ideas into exclusive pieces of jewellery, like the key pieces in the Paillettes collection: true cascades of joy.


Damiani, Margherita

A collection with a linear and geometric design, adorned with diamonds carefully selected by the firm’s goldsmiths as a tribute to Queen Margherita of Savoy.

It is to her that Enrico Grassi Damiani, founder of the family, dedicated a piece of jewellery that he never had the opportunity to deliver.


Girard Perregaux Il Laureato

Casual and elegant thanks to the steel with integrated bracelet, the Graduate is a timeless classic, created in 1975 and today an icon of the House of Girard Perregaux.

With its strong ties to Italy, thanks to the Milanese architect who designed it, the Graduate owes its name to the famous Dustin Hoffman film.


IWC, Il Portoghese

Combining perfect functionality and understated elegance, IWC’s Portugieser Perpetual Calendar 42mm represents the spirit of the firm and of founder Florentine Arioso Jones. Kurt Klaus created the Perpetual Calendar movement which is adjusted entirely via the crown. Aber Pellaton invented and gave his name to the movement of the automatic winding system, later patented by IWC. It is a unique and bidirectional system, with fewer components than canonical systems and greater resistance to shocks.