- An exceptional currency with exceptional know-how
- The alliance of two big French houses
This one kilo silver piece is a tribute to the Berluti house and its artisanal know-how for 125 years. To give birth to him, Joaquin Jimenez, general engraver of the currency of Paris, imbued with the history of the house as well as from his identity: the room was drawn in the shape of a heel "the attack of the walk" . It is the heel that leaves the most important brand. This evokes the trace that Berluti leaves in the world of the shoe.
Its shape also evokes a coat of arms which could be that of the house in which the brand's values and messages were represented.
On the face side, the Berluti emblem is revealed in a leather insert patinated by the craftsmen Berluti. This insert is a technical feat since it is set and embossed when the room is hit. The heel iron which protects the sole is decorated with Scrito, tribute to the calligraphy and the know-how of the house.
On the reverse side, the nails, 125 in number, mark the 125th anniversary of the house.
Key elements in the development of Berluti shoes, they are struck in solid silver here and give the illusion of the flexibility of the leather used by the brand on its riveted models. Traces of Pas evoke the movement, the future and the road that continues for the Berluti house.
The patina and the countless shades of leather make each copy a unique model.
This exceptional piece struck in 125 copies, celebrates the anniversary of Berluti, founded in 1895.