From a celebration of the Monuments, Art and Beauty of Rome to Paris. The necklace honors this meaningful bond through a precious stone that Bulgari has cherished since the years of the Roman Dolce Vita: the noble emerald.
A harmonious combination of masterfully set buff-top emeralds and fancy-shaped diamond inlays orbit around the spectacular central emerald, exalting its exquisite nature through light and dynamic color change.
Smooth and sensual, with generous volume and a curvaceous shape, the cabochon is one of the most distinctive and immediately recognizable signatures of the Bulgari style, here used to exalt the wondrous nature of a 35.53-ct emerald.
With refined platinum elements conjuring the elegant and feminine shape of the Eiffel Tower, the Tribute to Paris necklace pays homage to the ""Ville Lumière"" through a distinctive and iconic design.
A bold tribute to Paris: spectacular gemstones and man's ability to exalt nature's most precious gifts through magnificent designs. At the heart of the stunning necklace sits a wondrous cabochon-cut 35.53 carat emerald exalted by the ultra-feminine Eiffel Tower motif set with 461 buff-top emeralds (26.63 ct), 317 fancy-shaped (14.11 ct) and pavé-set diamonds (14.76 ct). More than 50 pear-shaped diamonds provide the wondrous final touch, providing extra light and graceful elegance.
With each element carefully worked by hand to adhere seamlessly to the soft curves of the neckline, this masterpiece took an incredible 2,000 hours of work to be completed. Faced with the challenge posed by a seemingly rigid design, Bulgari’s master craftsmen have made this necklace into a flexible, light and comfortable piece. Together, all the elements strike the perfect balance without compromising the geometric perfection and captivating dynamism of their exciting gem setting.
A SPECTACULAR UNVEILING
Bulgari reveals the Bulgari Eden, The Garden of Wonders High Jewelry collection with an incredible runway show in Paris. More than 130 masterpieces inspired by the wondrous Garden of Eden.