|BVLGARI, Emerald necklace 1970|
No other jeweller understands the use of colour better and combines precious stones with pearls or semi precious ones in a more baroque and extravagant way.
|BVLGARI, multigem necklace 1965|
Bvlgari's designs for necklaces achieve such a degree of artistic perfection that somehow never convey the feeling that they might be too much. As large, important and busy pieces as they come, they never fail to enhance the women that gets to wear them.
|BVLGARI, necklace 1980's|
One spanish master jeweller once explained to me that the art of combining coloured stones was a very particular science, since stones can bring out the light in each other or may absorb the shine and make the piece look domed. For example, rubies and sapphires should not be next to each other because they both will look darker, however an emerald will bring up clarity to both them.
Mastering this technique and the most adventurous desire to surprise has earned Bvlgari the titke of the ultimate master necklace maker!.
|BVLGARI, Turquoise necklace 1970's|
|BVLGARI, Natural pearl necklace|
|BVLGARI, Gina Lollobrigida necklace/tiara/bracelet combination|