18K Gold Necklace / Pendant, Bvlgari Jewelry

Bvlgari Serpenti Tubogas 18k Rose Gold Pave Diamond Snake Necklace 350680

Merging two of the most iconic symbols of Bvlgari design, the Serpenti necklace brings together the sinuosity of the snake and the contemporary soul of tubogas. Evoking both the sensual curves of a woman and the fluid shape of the serpent, the necklace is crafted with shapely lines produced by the tubogas technique, and a flexible and tubular suppleness. Radiating with glamour and a truly individual style, this Serpenti jewel is as magnetic as it is effortless. Serpenti Tubogas necklace in 18 kt rose gold with pavé diamonds.

Metal: 18k rose gold
Diamonds: 3.13ct
Length: 49.5 cm long
Ref.: 350680
Price: Please contact us via e-mail [email protected] or whatsapp: +! 262 806 8175 for factory direct selling price.

We are professional in custom-made real 18k gold and diamond jewelry for 10 years. We have more than 6500+ customers. You will get a factory directly selling price with High quality Bvlgari jewelry, like this Custom made Bvlgari Serpenti Tubogas 18k Rose Gold Pave Diamond Snake Necklace. Also, we have professional after-sale services to support 7*24 hours of service. Wherever you are, the jewelry can be delivered via DHL or FedEx.

100% Identical Material as original guaranteed. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

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Greek silversmith Sotirios Voulgaris arrived in Rome in 1881 and set up his own shop there in 1884, calling it Bulgari, an Italianization of his last name (eventually spelled BVLGARI, using the classical Latin alphabet in a nod to ancient Roman culture). In 1905, he opened the company’s flagship boutique on Rome’s Via dei Condotti.Although the house found success with its silverwork and Art Deco designs, popular through the 1920s, its signature style — bold, often using yellow gold embellished with big colorful gemstones — began to emerge when Sotirios’s sons inherited the business, in 1932. The brand truly hit its stride in the dolce vita era of the 1950s and ’60s, when the founder’s grandsons Paolo, Gianni and Nicola Bulgari decisively departed from demure traditional styles to develop the house’s exuberant multi-gem looks, attracting celebrity collectors like Elizabeth Taylor.In the 1940s, BVLGARI debuted perhaps its most famous design, the Serpenti bracelet watch. The piece’s snakelike coils were made possible by the tubogas jewelry technique, which links a flexible series of thin horizontal bands. Both the sleek, modern tubogas construction and the sinuous snake motif continue to be synonymous with the BVLGARI brand.

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