Unending inspiration and extraordinary craftsmanship connected by Bvlgari’s unstoppable quest for ultimate beauty. As the masterful expression of the Roman Jeweler's creativity, Ruby Metamorphosis unites distinctive aesthetics and craft into a piece with incredible versatility. Reflecting a modern approach to the art of High Jewelry, the necklace combines exquisite wearability with everyday glamor.
A harmonic intersection of striking geometry with masterfully set precious rubies and diamonds orbiting around the spectacular 10.02 ct antique cushion-cut central ruby.
A sautoir, a choker, a brooch: the piece's convertible and versatile nature offers at least nine different styling options. The only limit is your imagination.
Soft like a caress on the skin. The piece’s light and supple construction gently embraces the neck, while the sparkling tassel dances sensually over the decollete.
Magnificent. Masterful. Magnetic. The ruby Metamorphosis necklace is a tangible expression of Bvlgari’s “Maestria”, a unique collision of extensive know-how and innovation, taking shape through the skilled hands of the phenomenal goldsmiths and gem setters.
A magnificent display of both ultimate precision and nonchalant flair, the Ruby Metamorphosis necklace is the incarnation of Bvlgari’s creative vision. Requiring around 2,500 hours for an artisan to complete it, this truly is a high caliber of craftsmanship.
A Precious Match
Sensual and with a retro-chic allure, this secret watch draws on a concept that gained popularity in the 1920s, when women needed to discreetly read time at social engagements without being impolite. Shrouded in mystery, the show stopping, vivid red 6.3 ct ruby acts as a precious and captivating cover, turning this extraordinary jewelry piece into a precious bracelet and a fascinating watch all at once.
Endowed with a Swiss in-house movement and crafted by the Maison’s High Jewelry artisans, this extraordinary creation represents an exciting journey across jewelry and watchmaking savoir-faire. A true masterpiece that required around 1,400 hours of work for its development and assembly, and more than 250 hours for the cutting and setting of the stones.