Couvette? That’s me.
Behind every great product there is always a great couvette.
It’s the queen of cases, the princess of packaging, the champion of luxury packaging. It’s the couvette, more than a pack, a cult object made to make the products inside even more spectacular.
Each couvette has its own style, shape, and materials. Each one is a true ceremonial of the product, made of gestures, looks, and unmistakable tactile sensations.
There are all kinds of them: couvettes for cosmetics, couvettes for glasses, couvettes for perfumes, couvettes for wines and liquors, couvettes for jewelry, couvettes for luxury items, couvettes for gadgets, and for anything beautiful and valuable that needs a worthy packaging.
Among the many luxury paper products, the couvette is probably the most elaborate and complex, the best synthesis of creativity, design, and craftsmanship.
Each one is a small masterpiece that bears your signature.
“To each king his crown.”
Why do champagne or liquor bottles all have such elegant packaging? And why don’t they just give you a small bottle of perfume in a plastic bag like it’s a deodorant? If you think it’s to make the product easier and safer to transport, it’s not. It’s not about transportation. It’s about prestige. Nobility.
Couvettes for cosmetics and couvettes for perfumes
Perché le bottiglie di champagne o di liquore hanno tutte un pack elegantissimo? E perché quando acquisti un boccettino di profumo non te lo consegnano in un sacchetto di plastica come se fosse un deodorante? Se pensi che sia per rendere il prodotto più facile e sicuro da trasportare, non è così. Non è questione di trasporto. È questione di prestigio. Di nobiltà.
Couvettes for jewelry and couvettes for watches.
Earrings, pendants, brooches, necklaces, gems, bracelets, and rings, but also wrist and pocket watches, cufflinks, and objects made of gold, silver, platinum, coral, and other noble materials. If the item is precious, then it deserves a precious case.
Couvettes for wines and liquors
Whether it’s a bottle of Barolo from ’82, an 18-year-old Scottish whiskey aged in oak barrels, or a hand-numbered Amarone della Valpolicella-aged grappa, there’s no doubt. With an exceptional couvette, even the taste benefits.
Couvettes for gadgets
Without a package, what kind of gift is it? Whatever you decide to create for your friends, your clients, your partners, and collaborators, you’ll need packaging that lives up to the occasion. Why not surprise everyone with a masterpiece of paper engineering?
And much more.
If we can help you create an object as sublime as a beautiful couvette, we can also help you with many other things. Things that concern design, creativity, material and detail choices. Because we want the result to be memorable.