Bulgari Passo Doppio Pearl Bracelet


18k Yellow Gold
8.5 mm Pearl
33.1 grams
7- 1/4” x 3/8”
BVLGARI, 750, Made in Italy, 1970AL

A Bulgari bracelet from Passo Doppio collection, made of 18k gold, featuring pearl.

The bracelet comprises the Passo Doppio design gold links and six cultured pearls. The links are tube shape, with deep curved lines to add a sense of dynamic to the piece. “Passo Doppio” means “two steps”. The name reflects two parts of the link divided by the curve.

This Bulgari bracelet is feminine and chic. Pearls make it looks classy and refined, and also give you multiple options for creating great combos with other pieces.

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