Bvlgari is an Italian luxury watch brand whose pillars were laid down in Italy in 1884 by a Greek silversmith, Sotirio Bulgari. Since its inception, the brand has nurtured generations of talented craftspeople who have continuously developed new skills and techniques, broadening their savoir-faire to set rule-breaking trends. The brand has received a high acknowledgement globally owing to its high quality, contemporary style and exquisite luxury watch designs. Bvlgari watches are famous for their diversity of styles, unlike most luxury brand watches that come in a round case.
For fashion aficionados and watch enthusiasts, Bvlgari requires no introduction. A Bvlgari timepiece is defined by its sensuality of volume, love for linearity, and the love for the art and architecture of its Roman roots, as it resonates with futuristic designs that guard its legendary. A Bulgari watch is also one of the best luxury timepieces around, combining Italian design with Swiss watchmaking expertise. Using a unique selection of materials combined with a high affinity towards the arts and crafts, Bvlgari watches are simply awe-inspiring. Each watch under the brand’s ambit is designed with the utmost care under the most suitable conditions to produce an object of sheer excellence.
Most famous for the 'Bvlgari Bvlgari' watch, with the famous Bvlgari logo bezel, as well as glamorous jewelry-like watches including the Serpenti, Bvlgari also makes many excellent complicated, modern, casual and sporty pieces. The house's famous Serpenti- a line of bracelet-watches, has gained a cult status over the decades. Bulgari, also known as the "Jeweller to the Stars" and the world's elite, has adorned the wrists of famous personalities like Audrey Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor, Ingrid Bergman, and Grace Kelly.
Without a doubt, Bulgari is one of the most versatile luxury brands that has made a name for itself in fashion and Swiss Horology. Its watch collections are testament that Bulgari watches are constantly evolving and at the same time staying true to their roots. Bulgari watches offer an impressive catalog of designs and functions. From the sporty Bulgari Diagono watch, the iconic Bulgari gold watches of the Bulgari Octo collection to the classic Bulgari Serpenti ladies' watches, there's definitely a Bulgari timepiece for every watch enthusiast.
This was Bulgari's official debut in the Swiss luxury watchmaking business. This watch first saw light in 1979 and with that established Bulgari's entry into the industry. The timepiece proved that Bulgari could make a decent watch purely on the basis of mechanical mastery and not just jewels and gems. The Bulgari Bulgari watch took inspiration from the earlier released Roma timepiece that had a similar aesthetic. Today, it is a flagship collection that headlines the brand catalogue along with other top-notch Bulgari collections.
The name Lvcea is derived from the Italian term 'Luce' meaning light. That should give you a fair idea about the collection. Bulgari, as a watchmaker, has been globally renowned for its luxurious timepieces. Similarly, Lvcea too, is a glamorous creation from the Italian origin Swiss watchmaker. The timepiece poetically combines horological perfection and artful detailing in a neat package. It is also important to note that Bvlgari launched the Lvcea collection to commemorate the 130th anniversary of the company.
Bulgari designed the Octo in 2004. It was created by the brand's Roman designing division based in Italy. It is a watch that just cannot go unnoticed and will always get attention from others. The Bulgari Octo Roma is an answer from the watchmaker for those who thought that the Octo collection was too bold. It offers a much more refined and smoother design language as compared to other variants such as the Octo Finissimo. The collection is the perfect and friendly union of shapes, symmetry, and style.
Bulgari has numerous watches that have a global outreach so solid that it would put some really popular watch brands to shame. However, when it comes to the ranks within Bulgari, there are some watches that are more popular than the rest. The Serpenti is definitely one such timepiece. The watch was first introduced in the 1940s but was not made accessible to the general public. This soon changed when the Serpenti collection made an official debut in the Swiss luxury watch industry. Today, the watch uses the patented Tubogas technology to enhance the Serpenti experience. It is available in a combination of various precious metals and gemstones. As a matter of fact, Bulgari has a knack of using the Serpenti design in almost every product is has.