SAN POLO 79
In 1986, at the foot of the famous Rialto Bridge and in the surroundings of the Rialto Market, the Belardinelli family opens its first “Rialto79” store. The store is incorporated in the San Giacomo church of Rialto, whose fame is being the most ancient church in Venice, and it characterises itself for the uniqueness of the extractable wooden window, dating back to the first decades of the 20th century, whose shelf is still now used as a handicraft laboratory for the making of Murano glass jewels.
SAN MARCO 5335
In 2001, the Belardinelli family opens its second store located on one of the lateral flights of steps of the Rialto Bridge, a few steps away from the Fontego dei Tedeschi and from the Fondamenta del Traghetto del Buso. The window, from which you can enjoy an incomparable glimpse of the Grand Canal, is inserted in a wooden casing and displays Murano glass jewels completely assembled in loco.