Bulgari Pyramid White Gold Earrings Diamond

$11,500.00


Bulgari
Late 20th Century
18K Gold
round brilliant cut diamond
26.8 grams
1" x 1"
BVLGARI

A pair of iconic Bulgari Pyramid earrings, made in 18k white gold, feature diamond. Perhaps, the most classic version of the Pyramid, suitable for everyday wear. The convex, pointed center with a stylized four petal flower is embellished with diamonds. The glossy high-polished gold Bulgari Pyramid earrings are shiny and curvy. Along with sparkly diamonds, it makes the earrings bright and visible without being too loud. 

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    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 White Gold Jewelry

    The inception of white gold can be traced back to the early 20th century when jewelers sought a more affordable alternative to platinum. Initially, they experimented with alloys by combining yellow gold with nickel or palladium. This led to the creation of a silvery-hued metal that closely resembled platinum but at a more accessible price point.
    White gold is not found in nature but created through the alloying of pure gold with other metals. Common alloys include nickel, palladium, silver, and zinc. The choice of alloy affects both the color and properties of the white gold. For example, nickel imparts a bright white color, while palladium offers a slightly warmer tone.
    To enhance the brilliance and whiteness of white gold jewelry, it is often plated with rhodium. It’s a precious metal that belongs to the platinum group. Rhodium plating provides a reflective surface and additional protection against scratches and tarnishing. However, it may wear off over time, requiring periodic re-plating.
    White gold jewelry is often chosen for engagements and weddings. The metal symbolizes purity, commitment, and enduring love. Besides its aesthetic appeal, white gold is valued for its durability and resistance to tarnishing. These practical attributes contribute to the metal’s suitability for everyday wear.