Vintage Bulgari Gold Multi-Gem Bracelet


Late 20th Century
18k Yellow Gold
Carnelian, Lapis Lazuli, and Green Chalcedony
57.2 grams
7.5" x 5/16"

A bright Bulgari muti-gem bracelet made of 18k gold. The bracelet of the classic Bulgari design consisted of the gold links alternating with carnelian, lapis lazuli, and green chalcedony spheres. The bracelet’s features, inspired by the Roman architecture, look symmetrical and solid. Well-articulated colors of gems emphasize the bracelet’s weighty appearance and add a touch of fun and playfulness. The latter often emerges in Bulgari’s designs. Wear this Bulgari multi-gem bracelet alone, or add it as a splash of color to your stacking gold bracelets — it will look amazing either way.

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    Always being inspired by the Roman culture and Italian sense of luxury, Bulgari brand has been having an ability to fabulously celebrate those traditions since the year of 1884.

    During its long history, Bulgari jewelry has been always in demand. Bulgari pieces became iconic because of the unique production approach. Instead of following current design rules, Bulgari places its bets on all things Italian.

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