At the centre of the new Serpenti pendant circle is a gem – rubellite, amethyst, tanzanite or aquamarine – giving each piece a playful liveliness through its colour and mobility. Bulgari is known for its use of colour and artistry in its use of gems, and the stones in this collection have been paired with the white gold and diamond-pavé surfaces. The cut of the gem is as important as the colour. The rubellite, tanzanite and aquamarine are all pear cut while the amethyst is cut in a sharper, more geometric drop. Not for nothing did Andy Warhol describe Bulgari as an “important museum of contemporary art” because the choice of gemstone colour and cut is not by chance, they are carefully selected for harmony and maximum aesthetic appeal.
The release of the Serpenti Viper sees a unmistakably Italian band ring that will appeal to collectors. “Simply striking” says Bulgari of this new species and is certainly the only viper strike that every woman covets. It is imbued with the qualities of power, seduction, elegance and intelligence with which these reptiles are credited.
- Color: red
- Material: 18K white gold
- Stone material: colorless diamonds, red tourmaline
- Cut classification: round, pear / teardrop shape
- Diamond weight：7.1CT
- Diamond quality: DEF, IF to VVS