Combining audacity of the Serpenti line and the legend of Spiga, Serpenti Spiga joins the modern with the ancient.
With striking juxtapositions that set precious metals with materials such as rubber, silk, enamel or ceramic, the House has enjoyed its reputation for choosing design over convention.
Contemporary in design, ancient in symbolism, the wheat stalk pattern on the Serpenti Spiga echoes infinity: the symbol of forever is incarnated into the bracelet itself. Meanwhile, it seductively coils as Serpenti, once or twice over, climbing the wrist like a sinewy snake. The distinctive Spiga pattern that traces the bracelet comes to a crest in a Serpenti snake head, a timely apex at the top of supple perfection.
The Serpenti Spiga Collection combines the mastery of women’s watchmaking. Featuring a Swiss-made quartz movement, the Serpenti Spiga keeps perfect time within its 35mm case of 18-ct pink gold or polished steel. Its crown is topped with a pink rubellite gemstone. Available in combinations of steel with white ceramic, steel, black ceramic with diamonds, pink gold, white ceramic with diamonds, or even a black ceramic, diamonds and pink-gold spiral that double coils the wrist, each member of the Serpenti Spiga family is strikingly attractive. White or black lacquer forms the sheen behind the hour, as time is marked by the handsome history of Roman numerals.
Bulgari marks its 130th anniversary in 2014. Bulgari design is emboldened and inspired by the 2700 years of Italian history that precede the House.
Click on the large image at the top of the page to see the differents models of the Serpenti Spiga collection.
Bulgari has its own clear definition of excellence, which involves the perfect balance between design, added-value, quality of its products and its worldwide service. In the case of Bulgari watches, it all started with the Bulgari Bulgari watch that led to the creation of Bulgari Time in Switzerland in 1982.Find out more >
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