Bulgari Spiga Ring Diamond Sapphire


18k gold
21.5 grams
3/4" H
Maker's mark, a hallmark for 18k gold, a serial number

An iconic Bulgari Spiga ring, with diamonds and a heart-shaped sapphire.
A glossy, three rows wrap-around ring with a famous Spiga pattern is simply a perfection. Sparkly diamonds add a pinch of glamour to the look. And a heart-shaped sapphire turns this ring into an amazing symbol of affection.
This Bulgari Spiga ring can be worn on its own, or be placed as a central piece of your ring stack.

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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 snake jewelry

    Snake jewelry has been around since ancient times. Snake is one of the most diverse mythological symbols. Depending on the culture, snake jewelry meaning varies from a symbol of rebirth and transformation to immortality, healing, and fertility.
    Serpent jewelry was extremely popular during Art Nouveau period. Being a part of the nature, snake motif was just right for jewelry design of that time. Many of the diamond or colored gemstone eyed snake rings, wrapped around gold snake bracelets and Art Nouveau necklaces came from that era.
    For the next fifty years snake as an element for jewelry making was gradually losing its popularity. It started thriving again in 1960s, when such designers as Cartier, Bulgari and Boucheron started to implement the reptile shape in their collections.
    Those collections were approved by many celebrities and jewelry aficionados. Since then, snake jewelry has never gone out of style. Today wearing a snake piece means to wear something cool, powerful, and edgy.

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