Bonebakker’s Jewellery store is situated in the monumental Van Baerle Shopping Gallery in the charming Museum Quarter in Amsterdam.
Bonebakker has created an attractive, sophisticated venue for connoisseurs and lovers of jewellery within the luxurious atmosphere of the Conservatorium Hotel. Blending the delicate ornaments of the 19th century Art-Nouveau palace with state-of-the art interior features, Bonebakker Jeweller evokes an elegant atmosphere in an intimate setting. Read more >>
Bonebakker Jeweler Amsterdam opened its doors in 1792 and has been an institution in the Netherlands ever since. Adrianus Bonebakker was famous as a gold and silver smith among the Amsterdam elite and he confirmed this fame with the production of silver keys of the city of Amsterdam to Napoleon (1811) and with a 419-piece silver cutlery set for Prince William II (1818).
As a purveyor to the royal family, Bonebakker jeweler Amsterdam forged swords for the Princes of Orange, designed crockery sets for the court and made the crown of William II in 1840. The famous collection of Anna Pavlovna comprised creations from the hands of Bonebakker and nowadays the permanent collections of theAmsterdam Museum and the Rijksmuseum include Bonebakker. Read more >>
Original drawing of the Royal Crown of Holland made by Bonebakker, on display at Bonebakker Jeweler Amsterdam