Bulgari presents two new high jewelry Serpenti watches, both in limited editions, as tribute to heritage classics. Perhaps first made truly famous by Elizabeth Taylor on the set of Cleopatra in 1962, what was then a snake bracelet, the Serpenti Collection was destined for greatness. Today, at over 60 years old, this snake is more modern than ever.
The double wrap-around bracelet and the head are set with diamonds, while emerald or ruby eyes give the mesmerizing serpent a deep gaze. The colors of these interpretations are created by intense lacquers.
Technical specifications Serpenti limited edition
40 mm 18 kt pink gold curved case coated with black lacquer, decorated with 8 marquise-cut diamonds (~3,4 cts) and 2 pear-shaped emeralds (~0,45ct); 18 kt pink gold dial set with 82 brilliant-cut diamonds (~0,43 ct); two-row 18 kt pink gold bracelet coated with black lacquer and set with 13 marquise-cut diamonds (~3,44cts).