A Bvlgari masterpiece rooted in Roman history
In Partnership with Bvlgari
Bvlgari has long been celebrated for its precious interpretations of its muses, from its coveted Serpenti range to its iconic B.zero1 rings, which take cues from the Colosseum. Now, for its new Fiorever collection, the Italian jewelry house has found inspiration in none other than its hometown of Rome.
Manifested in the form of a four-petal wildflower, the diamond-encrusted pieces pay homage to the motif that can be found throughout the Eternal City, be it on the garden frescoes of Villa di Livia, the sculptures of Palazzo Massimo or the ceiling mosaics of the Santa Costanza Mausoleum. Fiorever—a play on fiore, the Italian word for flower—includes a series of blossom-depicting rings, bracelets, earrings and necklaces, making for a truly whimsical collection. bvlgari.com.
Written by ANUSH J. BENLIYAN.