In one of the centuries-old stone buildings in Budva's Old Town, the ground floor of the existing jeweler got a new look. It has been completely restored with very demanding methods. On the outside is an arched stone entrance of elements from a similar building from the Old Town of Herzegovina. The counter is made of stone, wood and glass. The floors are of old stone slabs also bought. Ceiling made of old beams and planks, supported by brackets and profiled stone. The walls are combined with coarse mortar and recessed stumps. For the purpose of selling gold, the lighting is heavily and partly embedded in a wooden structure above the counter and the rest on the walls. The entrance and inside doors are massive. The valuables safe is about 130 years old and is fitted into the interior.