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Magnifica High Jewellery platinum ring with one Pigeon's Blood antique cushion-cut ruby, buff-top rubies, fancy-cut and pavé diamonds, close-up.

Ruby Metamorphosis
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A small object with a grand story. Rings are responsible for melding narrative power, complex craftsmanship and the search for perfect wearability. Achieving compositional balance, impeccable stone-setting and the fundamental lightness of the piece requires a wide range of skills, every step is mastered by the artisan on an extremely small scale.

Magnifica High Jewellery ring in platinum with one Pigeon's Blood antique cushion-cut ruby, buff-top rubies, fancy-cut and pavé diamonds.
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ABOVE ALL, THE GEM

When it all starts from the unmatched perfection of a gem. This fabulous 6.80 ct Pigeon's Blood ruby is an extremely rare precious stone of the highest quality.

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NATURAL INCANDESCENCE

A journey into nature's rarest red, the Pigeon's Blood ruby holds a fervent inner fire. When flooded with sunlight, its inimitable shade delivers an unforgettable spectacle.

Model wearing the Magnifica High Jewellery platinum ring with one Pigeon's Blood antique cushion-cut ruby, buff-top rubies, fancy-cut and pavé diamonds.

A display of Bvlgari's sense of volume and ability to glorify rare precious stones with distinctive designs, the Ruby Metamorphosis ring flaunts an extraordinary three-dimensional construction. The buff-top rubies and pavé diamonds, masterfully set in the shank, are further evidence of artisanal prowess as every single stone is mounted to best reflect light and emphasise the central ruby.

Sketch of the Magnifica High Jewellery platinum ring with one Pigeon's Blood antique cushion-cut ruby, buff-top rubies, fancy-cut and pavé diamonds.

The hands of Bvlgari artisans are like no other. They are hands that listen, feel and think. These golden hands are the ones that give shape and life to magnificent creations such as the Ruby Metamorphosis ring, propelling the hundreds of years of Italian goldsmith techniques into the future by adopting both traditional and innovative construction methods.