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Close-up of the Cinemagia High Jewellery Necklace The Pirate Treasures with sapphires, emeralds, diamonds and onyx.

The Pirate
Treasures
Necklace

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Audacious, adventurous and endlessly exciting just like the journey that leads to a treasure island: the Pirate Treasures necklace is reminiscent of the secret marvels that fearless seafarers would keep on their ships. Sparkling at the core of this fascinating jewel is a set of spellbinding sapphires - as deep and profound as the sea and as unique as real treasure.

Enchanting The Pirate Treasures necklace from the Bulgari Cinemagia collection. Discover gems' fine detail and craftsmanship.
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CROSSING THE WORLD

Fearlessly mixing up 38.89 ct of sapphires of different origins, Bvlgari’s gem hunters dared to patiently create the perfect gem set.

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MAJESTIC DETAILS

188 buff-top emeralds totalling 5.51 ct take the form of an exquisitely geometrical design.

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THE ART OF PATIENCE

Patiently hand-setting each of the stones, Bvlgari’s craftsmen dedicated more than 500 hours of work to achieve impeccable balance.

Model wearing a necklace of the Cinemagia High Jewellery collection with astonishing sapphires.

The legendary sense of freedom, courage and the intriguing lifestyle of pirates resonate through the entire design approach of this necklace: geometrical frames of diamonds and emeralds embrace an extraordinary set of sapphires, whilst bold volumes, voluptuous gems and compact shapes come together for an incredibly light, sinuous and wearable piece.

Colourful precious gemstones brought to life by the creativity of Bulgari designers.

Some stories begin a world away: created from the ashes of a unique sapphire layout previously set into an ancient jewel, the gemstones rose up like like a Phoenix, reborn. Seeking the perfect way to balance the prominent volumes of the exceptional stones with a smooth and utterly contemporary design, Bvlgari’s creative talents and artisans have worked on a compact and geometrical setting, for an elegant three-dimensional effect.

 
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