- 9 x 10 x 5 cm
- Drop 49 x4 cm
Bvlgari Serpenti Forever Box Bag
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An exquisite expression of the Maison’s identity as the Jeweller of Leather Goods, the Serpenti Forever jewellery box bag draws inspiration from a silver jewellery box that is part of the Bvlgari Heritage collection. Emulating the Ancient Roman chests that were used as precious vanity cases, the sculptural bag is crafted in black Urban grain calf leather with gold-plated brass hardware. Endowed with a detachable chain and leather strap with small heritage snakeheads, and a leather top handle, the fancy bag offers multiple styling options, from hand-carry to crossbody or shoulder wearability. Featuring two heritage snakehead zip pullers and one compartment, the model is completed by a secret compartment at the base, a mirror pocket with diamond-shaped mirror and the BULGARI metal logo on the top.
Founded in Rome in 1884 by the talented Greek silversmith Sotirio Bulgari, the brand quickly established a reputation for Italian excellence with exquisite craftsmanship and magnificent jewellery creations. Over the decades, the Bulgari generations defined a distinctive style made of vibrant colour combinations, exquisitely balanced volumes and unmistakable motifs that pay homage to the Roman roots of the company. WhiThe early high jewellery creations of the 1920s reflected the design of traditional French school, incorporating platinum and diamonds with geometric and stylized Art Déco design. From the 1940s onwards, the genuine Italian Bulgari style started to emerge, embracing the sunny shades of yellow gold and the sinuous coils of the Serpenti creations. le always revering its cultural legacy, Bulgari introduced innovations that rewrote the rules of the jewellery universe and launched new trends that stood out as icons of contemporary design.
The early high jewellery creations of the 1920s reflected the design of traditional French school, incorporating platinum and diamonds with geometric and stylized Art Déco design. From the 1940s onwards, the genuine Italian Bulgari style started to emerge, embracing the sunny shades of yellow gold and the sinuous coils of the Serpenti creations.
One interior compartment, Zip closure
Box, Handbag, Shoulder
Box, Dust cover, Ribbon