Taking inspiration from 2700 years of Greek-Roman culture, The House of Bvlgari has emerged as a world leader in distinctive contemporary jewellery design.
The designs are bold and audacious, and are characterized by coloured stones in unique presentations, the most recognizable of which are those that feature the serpent.
Bvlgari began using the serpent symbol in the 1940s, but it was in 1962 when Elizabeth Taylor wore a Bvlgari snake bracelet watch while shooting Cleopatra in Rome, that its fame became legendary.
The hinged jaw opening to expose the dial was a crafty feature. Referred to as the Bvlgari Serpenti, this signature design has been interpreted in a myriad of fabulous jeweled pieces.
The Bvlgari range soon expanded to include necklaces, ear rings and rings. Belts were later added and the brand now includes bags featuring snakehead clasps, as well as accessories and fragrances.
In 1999 the B.Zero 1 ring appeared and has since become an icon of the collection. The brand’s classic logo and industrial design combines past, present and future. The B signifies Bvlgari while Zero 1 indicates new beginnings and the future. Available in a range of metals and stones including yellow and pink gold, steel and ceramic.
Sumptuous, luxury watches feature spectacular designs.
This is glamour that doesn’t hold back. It’s high end jewellery and supreme luxury, but that doesn’t mean we can’t dream or add it to our wish list.