Bulgari Tronchetto Earrings Amethyst Diamond Gold


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    About Bulgari Tronchetto Collection

    The Tronchetto collection is a great testament to Bulgari’s commitment to timeless and innovative design. The design was inspired by Italian architecture, in particularly the iconic tronchetto, or “little trunk,” bridges found in Venice. The aesthetic of the collection is characterized by clean lines, geometric shapes, and a balance of form and function. The graceful curves and structural elements of the tronchetto bridges are reflected in the fluid lines and geometric motifs of the collection’s jewels. Each design provides a sense of sophistication, capturing the essence of Italian craftsmanship and luxury. Whether adorned with dazzling diamonds or vibrant gemstones, the Tronchetto collection embodies the spirit of elegance and opulence. 

    About Bulgari Brand

    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.

    Opulent shapes, bright colored stones and an unexpected mixture of materials creates that special, always recognizable Bulgari vibe.

    Today the House added innovation to its core values list. Bvlgari collaborates with various contemporary artists, such as Refik Anadol,  Sougwen Chung, and Davide Quayola.

    Bulgari has expanded its offerings to include other luxury products such as fragrances, leather goods, and accessories, further establishing itself as a multifaceted luxury brand.

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    About amethyst jewelry

    Amethyst is a purple variety of quartz. The gemstone develops its unique color by absorbing iron impurities and being exposed to radiation from the surrounding rocks as it forms crystals. Amethyst’s purple hue is ranging from pale lilac to deep violet.
    The gemstone has been appreciated for centuries for its captivating color and symbolism. It has long been associated with spiritual and healing properties. In ancient times, amethyst was believed to ward off negative energies. This symbolic significance adds an extra layer of meaning to amethyst featuring pieces.
    Amethyst’s hardness and durability allow it to be cut into various shapes and sizes. Common cuts include oval, round, pear, and emerald cuts, each accentuating the stone’s natural brilliance. Cabochon cuts are also popular for amethyst, especially in vintage designs. 

    About Italian jewelry

    Italian jewelry history

    Italian jewelry style is deeply rooted in the history of the region. The beginning of it can be marked as far as 700 BC. What we consider today as the Italian style was impacted by the ancient Greek, Roman and Etruscan cultures.

    Italian jewelry of all time is mostly made of yellow gold. This metal has been favored the most by Italian makers. In the Etruscan region goldsmiths developed such processes as alloying and engraving, also the granulation method got perfected and became a signature. In the later Middle Ages, the most sought-after jewelry pieces came from Vicenza and Florence. During the Renaissance era, the art of jewelry making was as much important as painting and architecture. Later, in the Baroque era, jewelry design shifted from bold and straight forward pieces to intricate and more detailed. Today Italian jewelry style and look depends on a certain maker. However, “made in Italy” jewelry always relates to luxurious lifestyle, timeless design and exquisite manufacturing.

    Italian jewelry in the 1970s

    The 1970s marked an era of unique and distinctive styles in the world of Italian jewelry. During this time, Italy played a leading t role in shaping jewelry trends. It was the era of bold designs, innovative materials, and a fusion of traditional craftsmanship with modern influences. 

    Designers of the 1970s experimented with a wide range of materials, moving beyond the traditional use of gold and precious gemstones. They incorporated coral, turquoise, mother-of-pearl, resin, and even plastic. This creative use of diverse materials added a playful and unconventional element to the jewelry. The geometric and abstract design trends of the 1970s influenced Italian jewelry. Being in sync with the artistic movements of the era, jewelers integrated symmetrical patterns, angular shapes, and fluid lines. A fearless approach to design and a strong connection to the cultural movement continue to influence Italian jewelry design and fashion to this day.

    Italian makers

    So many great jewelry brands came from Italy, it’s really challenging to mention just a few. Vhernier, Roberto Coin and of course Bulgari could be the first who come to mind when we think of the Italian makers. We also should mention Carlo Weingrill, a jewelry house from Verona. Their high-quality pieces have been sought after in the last few decades. The house has been family owned by four generations of jewelers. Passing family traditions of workmanship is another staple of Italian jewelry making. Italian cultural heritage, high-skilled makers and great quality materials keep going the never-ending popularity of Italian jewelry.