Caught Our Eyes: Bulgari Presents Five Beautiful Watches, Including a Pink and Red Serpenti Misteriosi - Lookbook

Bulgari’s Eden The Garden of Wonders collection is said to combine Italian creativity and Swiss watchmaking.

In Bulgari’s Eden The Garden of Wonders collection, vibrant Italian creativity meets exceptional Swiss watchmaking.

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Guided by Fabrizio Buonamassa Stigliani, product creation executive director for the maison, the collection consists of five watches designed to amaze.

Blooming Beauty

Presented in a set with the matching necklace, Emerald Venus celebrates Bulgari’s longtime passion for the green gem, here with a total of 47 carats, matched with baguette, pave, and round brilliant-cut diamonds. The emerald beads shine with their deep green shades adding extra magic to this unique creation.

Like the coordinated necklace, this watch, featuring a flexible platinum bracelet, shows a design evoking the Capelvenere. This is a type of Mediterranean fern whose Italian name translates to “Venus’ Hair,” paying tribute to the Greek goddess of beauty.

The timepiece required 900 hours to be crafted by five different artisans. It has the white gold dial visible through a faceted mint green tourmaline, a see-through stone that makes it possible to read the time in transparency. 

Emerald Venus

The Blooming Beauty watch, presented with the matching necklace, has delicate flowers around a snow-set diamond dial covered by a 9.6 carat mint green tourmaline.

Colombian oval cabochon-cut emeralds are masterfully matched with Paraiba tourmalines, pink and purple spinels and round brilliant-cut diamonds on the flexible platinum bracelets guarantee a comfortable fit. 

More than 1,500 stones are matched in the Giardino Dell’Eden Piccolissimo watch, showing a lively combination of butterfly and flower designs inspired by Bulgari’s pieces dating back to the Sixties.

Giardino Dell’Eden Piccolissimo

The watch required 2,000 hours to be completed, and features Bulgari’s new Piccolissimo mechanical micro movement. It makes use of a 12mm diameter, a thickness of 2.50mm and a weight of just 1.30 grams, today’s smallest round mechanical caliber.  

The collection’s most precious high-jewelry watch, the Giardino Dell’Eden Tourbillon piece required 4,400 hours to be completed.

It is filled with flowers, two butterflies set on tremblers and lush foliage, that hides the omnipresent mysterious and seductive snake.

Giardino Dell’Eden Tourbillon

The watch is enriched with 6,500 stones with a total of 223 carats, spanning from cabochon Paraiba, emerald and garnet to pink tourmalines, opals, rubies, multicolor sapphires and diamonds.

It is injected with dynamic movement thanks to the mobile elements and offers ultimate versatility, showing a part that can be easily detached and worn as a brooch.

Over 95 carats of rubellites, in a vibrant palette of pink and red tones, were sourced to create Serpenti Misteriosi Riviera.

Serpenti Misteriosi Riviera

This new watch celebrates Bulgari’s trademark snake, with its dial hidden underneath the animals’ head. It combines rose gold, round brilliant-cut diamonds and cabochon rubellites. The stones seem floating in the air thanks to the use of the fil couteau technique, that enables to keep the elements together through thin gold threads.

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