Bulgari’s house never forgot about own roots – the Greek origin of the founder of brand of Sotirio Bulgari and the Roman impact on style of ornaments made by it. In due time directly leaving from traditions of the French jeweler school to receptions of the Italian Renaissance brought to the Bulgari brand wide popularity.
Also that there can be more natural, than a work with old coins – a material which is widely using in ornaments of the Middle Ages. We and now find echoes of this fashion in Gipsy necklaces, elements of state clothes of some southern and east people, the embroidered scarfs and skirts for belly dances.
But Bulgari invites us further away in a past – in Starenky Rome for the two millennia ago. Using the unique bronze and silver coins oldest from which are dated the 4th eyelid B.C. (information on each coin is engraved on frame inside), Bulgari connects traditions of a past to technologies real, creating surprising masterpieces.
The line of ornaments Monete relating to Mediterranean Eden Collection, is executed from white and yellow gold and old coins, style of ornaments repeats the Roman and Greek motives. The most ancient coins – not a new material for Bulgari house, similar collections already were issued in the 1930th and the 60th, but any of them did not include so rare copies of starenky coins. On ornaments of Monete of this year we see Alexander the Great, Zeus known profiles and Athens covered by a patina of centuries.
The collection of ornaments contains in itself the most powerful bracelet, a necklace, a ring and earrings for ladies, and for young men gold cuff links of the same design are offered. The line of accessories from Bulgari can indulge fans of the Monete collection with several bags with the handles decorated with old coins, clutches with a coin fastener and the sunglasses which smart handles are inlaid with malekhanky coins.