What: If you’re one for pared-back jewellery, chances are you’ve heard of the Bvlgari Bvlgari line. First introduced in 1977 as a watch collection, the Roman jewellery maison featured a double engraving of its logo on the watch face – inspired by inscriptions on ancient Roman coins. In 1995, Bvlgari Bvlgari’s jewellery leg was born, bringing with it its now-signature coin-like bauble with hard stones such as malachite and mother-of-pearl.
For its 2020 update, the white and rose gold diamond-paved rings – launched in 2007 and 2010 respectively – are now joined by matching bracelets, pendants and earrings. Meanwhile, the coin-like baubles have traded in their familiar look for something more casual. Available as part of a limited-edition series, they now boast what Bvlgari calls an “open work design” which refers to a spherical cut-out within each stone. Collectors of the line will be able to add to their stash with the introduction of vibrant coral in this range.
Why know it: A perfect introductory line for the Bvlgari collector, the collection is one of the latest options out there for those looking for everyday jewellery – amidst collections like Tiffany & Co.’s Tiffany T range and Chanel’s Coco Crush. And for those big on matching accessories on all fronts? Here’s your chance.
Where to buy it: Though the Bvlgari boutique is currently closed during this circuit breaker period, you can still shop the collection online. Above, a closer look.
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