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Magnifica High Jewellery rose gold necklace with cabochon emeralds, rubies and sapphires, and diamonds, close-up.

Baroque Spiral


A pioneering female personality that, with her fierce vision, blazed her own path, the Italian artist Artemisia Gentileschi is the muse behind this captivating necklace. A Baroque painter, Artemisia was particularly interested in the complex geometry of the spiral motif, a symbol of life and evolution reinterpreted by Bvlgari for this creation.

Magnifica High Jewellery necklace in rose gold with cabochon emeralds, rubies and sapphires, and diamonds.



An entrancing design element expressing creative freedom: breaking all rules, Bvlgari places the Baroque spiral motif on different levels and with various inclinations, achieving a hypnotic result.



The sense of volume that Bvlgari and Baroque artist have in common gives birth to a piece of exceptional three-dimensionality, a feature further enhanced by the light and colour of the cabochon-cut emeralds, rubies and sapphires.



Striking the perfect balance between volumes, shapes and cuts, Bvlgari’s skilled gemsetters patiently mounted every single stone, respecting the sense of movement of every single spiral.

Model wearing a Magnifica High Jewellery rose gold necklace with cabochon emeralds, rubies and sapphires, and diamonds.

Artemisia Gentileschi broke boundaries, shattered cultural norms and contributed to the forging of a new perception of female artists, all thanks to her resilience and talent. Created by women, for women, the necklace is not only a tribute to her ability to think outside the box, it is an encouragement for today's women to pursue their intuitions and cultivate their skills.

A Precious Match


The Roman Jeweller embraces the challenge of interpreting a simple shape in an unconventional and modern way: creativity is above all devoted to aesthetic pleasure. A definitive homage to the resplendent legacy of Rome, the High Jewellery timepiece mirrors the mesmerising curves of the matching necklace, magnificently uniting the world of watchmaking with the realm of jewellery.


A watch as a jewel, a jewel as a watch. Crafted to sensually envelop the wrist with its three-dimensional spirals, the timepiece requires more than 1100 hours of work to complete. A display of distinctive design and magnificent craft, the High Jewellery watch holds a surprise: a diamond-set dial elegantly concealed beneath an alluring rock crystal - visible through the clarity of the faceted gemstone.