Behind the Scenes with Bulgari: An Exclusive Look at the Making of the ‘Serpenti’ Collection

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Since the debut of Bulgari’s ‘Serpenti’ collection in the 1940s, the coiled designs have become an iconic staple of the Italian brand. Made from a gold-encased tuboga (a flexible, tubular chain), the original design allowed the wearer to wrap the Art Deco-inspired jewelry in various ways around fingers and wrists. Technological advances in the realm of jewelry now allow the latest ‘Serpenti’ release to embrace the shape of the woman with additional flexibility. The beautiful new collection is comprised of rings, bracelets, and necklaces that are made using pink gold and stunning pavé diamonds.

Click through the gallery above and follow Savoir Flair into the jewelry maison’s atelier in Italy for a closer look at the making of the pieces.

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