BVLGARI has created a watch with 4,000 diamonds
This watch bracelet is made in a single copy, and its price is not announced at the moment.
Italian luxury goods company BVLGARI has unveiled the Serpenti Misteriosi Cleopatra cuff watch inspired by the ancient Egyptian queen Cleopatra, Watch I Love writes.
The watch consists of a bracelet set with approximately 4,000 diamonds and several large gemstones: two pairs of faceted hexagonal amethysts and citrines, aquamarine, tanzanite, green tourmaline and peridot, totalling over 50 carats. Under one of the stones, a 5-carat transparent rubellite, the craftsmen hid a dial encrusted with diamonds.
Serpenti Misteriosi Cleopatra is an abstract interpretation of the snake, which is one of the main symbols of Bvlgari, and although it is rendered in a modern way, significantly different from the traditional jewellery in the form of snakes wrapped around the wrists, its style is reminiscent of the cuff bracelets worn by the powerful rulers of ancient Egypt and herself Cleopatra. Hence the name of the watch.
The cuff is made up of stylized 3D scales, each with a unique shape to achieve the perfect fit and make the watch comfortable to wear.
The BVLGARI jewellery designers worked hand in hand with a team of gemologists to achieve intense colour vibrancy.
The installation of the nine large gems alone took over 470 hours of meticulous work, each cut to its design, sometimes losing up to two-thirds of its volume to achieve perfect clarity, brilliance and colour saturation.
The base of the bracelet is crafted from 18 carat rose gold.
What is the price of such beauty, there is no information yet.
Photo: watchilove.com | Jewelers worked together with gemologists to create jewellery