In 2016, Bvlgari launched two new SerpentiTubogas watches: one is polished stainless steel, and the other is a subtle fusion of steel and gold, giving the iconic Serpenti bracelet a new interpretation.
The first flexible and flexible Bvlgari jewellery was born in 1932, named after the Art Deco period unique modernist and industrial aesthetics sports car exhaust metal hose. Soon, the jeweler designed a watch with a unique style, with a bracelet around the wrist for two weeks as its key feature. Tubogas metal hoses are wrapped with long strips of stainless steel or gold, and the protruding edges are wound on copper or wooden cores, which are finally firmly interlocked together without any welding points, showing the unique Bulgari technology.
New Serpenti Tubogas Watch 18K Rose Gold
In 1963, Elizabeth Taylor wore a Bulgari snake bracelet on the Roman set of ‘Cleopatra’ to take promotional photos. This jewelry accessory became famous instantly. Since then, customer enthusiasm for this unique watch has endured. Unique, but not the same, because Bulgari constantly gives them new interpretations.
New Serpenti Tubogas watch in stainless steel
Two new SerpentiTubogas watches with a diameter of 35 mm, equipped with a curved case in stainless steel or stainless steel, the bezel set with brilliant-cut diamonds, and the crown top set with a convex round-cut pink tourmaline. The purple lacquered surface is decorated with guilloche sun prints, and equipped with large hand-applied hour markers (Roman numerals at 6 and 12 o’clock), and the hour and minute hands are driven by a quartz movement. A single spiral stainless steel or stainless steel gold bracelet is not a simple bracelet, but also a major feature of SerpentiTubogas watches. (Photo / text watch home Xu Chaoyang)