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Bulgari – Sinfully beautiful
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Bulgari – Sinfully beautiful

Wednesday, 19 October 2016
By The FHH Journal editors
The FHH Journal editors

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Angel or demon? What is the true nature of the Serpenti Spiga, an irresistible presence coiled around the wrist. Head-turning in black or white, this precious reptile has it all. Such sweet temptation…

The snake in perpetual motion lends itself to all manner of bold moves. Before being a watchmaking success, the Serpenti watch by Bulgari is first and foremost a style statement. An attitude. This watch is a true classic. The animal symbol revisited by Bulgari is smoothly and surely reinvented in a black or white high-tech ceramic version. Serpenti Spiga: the fresh and youthful charm of this snake, featuring a touch of precious metal evoking the jeweller’s DNA, is bound to turn heads wherever it appears. The diamond-set pink gold bezel, along with the bracelet lug and the serpent’s tail, also in pink gold, create a subtle contrast with the highly contemporary overall ceramic look.

Bulgari Serpenti Spiga
Bulgari Serpenti Spiga

Serpenti Spiga embodies a technical challenge, since making a flexible and articulated Tubogas type bracelet in ceramic represents a new form of prowess from the Rome-based Maison, known for its excellence in working with materials and presenting ever renewed innovations. But Spiga is also a bold move in style terms, once again overturning the style codes of precious watchmaking to infuse them with a modern, fresh and sensual touch. This new watch immediately exudes a sense of voluptuous glamour. It makes no secret of its seductive appeal, starting with the soft feel of ceramic on the skin. Voluptuous charm is a theme dear to the heart of Bulgari designers and a natural part of the Italian temperament.

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