On display in the spaces of DomvsAvrea Bulgari, in the heart of the capital, the retrospective ‘The Garden of Wonders’, jewels and color, precious gems and craftsmanship, the style of a brand that since the 1930s has seen divas and divas of the great international cinema wear Bulgari creations, from Gina Lollobrigida to Elisabeth Taylor, the latter one of the most popular clients, who has become one of the greatest testimonials over the years. Galeotto was the film ‘Cleopatra’ (and a new love, Richard Burton) that the great star shot in the Cinecittà studios in the 1960s. For the historic brand, the shapes and colors of the gems have always been an inexhaustible source of inspiration to be sublimed with bold and contemporary creativity. Rare and precious gifts of nature, kept for centuries in the depths of the earth, are shaped and combined to enhance the infinite nuances and artfully accentuate the lines of the design. In the path of ‘Legacy of Wonders’, the flower, the undisputed protagonist in the imagination of jewelry, blossoms luxuriantly in the sparkling bouquets of ‘tremblant’ brooches, in fresh and spontaneous asymmetrical corollas or in graceful garlands of sapphires and diamonds that seem just a fairytale meadow. The bewitching splendor of the diamond is the undisputed protagonist of necklaces convertible into tiaras that experience graceful scrolls or majestic rays. A set featuring magnificent clear sapphires of over 150 carats will show how the chromatic potential of the gems is fully released with the exquisite roundness of the cabochon cut, a favorite of Bulgari since the 1950s. The intense and regal green of the emerald will shine with its own light in the creations that belonged to two icons of the world of cinema who have also left an indelible mark in the history of Bulgari, Elizabeth Taylor and Gina Lollobrigida. In this case, the impeccable, classic teardrop and octagonal cuts interact in perfect harmony with a frame of diamonds in different cuts that gives a touch of light and aesthetic dynamism to the composition. In the creations of the 90s the emerald is combined with rubies, amethysts, citrines and tourmalines to give shape to the famous, lively Bulgarian kaleidoscopes that represent the happiest combination of artistic genius and prodigies of nature.
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