Thursday, February 4, 2016

Bulgari Serpenti Incantati

The new Serpenti Incantati watch entirely renews the snake themed jewellery watch collection from Roman jeweller Bulgari through a modern design and a radiant Haute Joaillerie interpretation.


The snake now appears a new guise by taking on the shape of a round watch case. This new horological creation is extremely original. For the very first time, the reptile coils around the watch dial. Each part of the head and body of the snake has been entirely rethought and redesigned with extremely contemporary lines. Four choices are possible, since the Serpenti Incantati watch comes in a rubellite or diamond version, each expressed through two different interpretations.
The primary source of inspiration for this jewellery watch was a vintage brooch crafted in the 1930s Bulgari Haute Joaillerie ateliers. In revisiting this jewellery creation, the Roman Maison testifies to the strength for the future represented by its incredibly rich heritage.

Technical details
Model: Serpenti Incantati

Case, dial and strap
30mm 18-kt pink gold case set with 79 brilliant-cut diamonds (~1,38 cts), 30 baguette-cut rubellites (~1.06 cts) and 1 rubellite (~1.02 cts); snow–set pavé dial set with 116 brilliant-cut diamonds (~0.26 ct); brown satin strap with 18-kt pink gold pin buckle set with 20 brilliant-cut diamonds (~0,33 ct).

30mm 18-kt white gold case set with 112 brilliant-cut diamonds (~2,36 cts); snow–set pavé dial set with 116 brilliant-cut diamonds (~0.26 ct); blue satin strap with 18-kt white gold pin buckle set with 20 brilliant-cut diamonds (~0.33 ct).

30mm 18-kt pink gold case and bracelet set with 219 brilliant-cut diamonds (~7,68 cts), 30 baguette-cut rubellites (~1.20 cts) and 1 rubellite (~1.02 cts); snow–set pavé dial set with 116 brilliant-cut diamonds (~0.26 ct).

30mm 18-kt white gold case and bracelet set with 251 brilliant-cut diamonds (~8.67 cts); snow–set pavé dial set with 116 brilliant-cut diamonds (~0,26 ct).

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