Description

Bvlgari Topaz & Diamond Parentesi Cocktail Ring

Metal                                      : Stamped 750

Weight                                    : 8.60 g

Stone                                      : Round Brilliant Diamond & Topaz

Size                                        : P (resizing available)

 

All weights and measurements in the above descriptions are approximations only.
All jewellery is professionally cleaned and polished, and rings resized if needed. 
All items are supplied with generic boxes and packaging when the originals are not available.

The first Bulgari Parentesi jewellery was created in 1982. The original model consisted of three elements — one shaped as an hourglass, one formed as brackets, and another to fit into the cavity of the bracket. This modular jewellery could be adapted to different sizes simply by removing one or more elements. n the 1980s Bulgari guessed that the time had come to make jewellery suit the lifestyle of modern women in the world of business who needed jewels to be worn from morning until night. The answer was modular jewellery, where each single element – providing high quality design and manufacture – could be produced in series, finished by hand and then connected to one another. The first shot of Bulgari modular jewellery was the Parentesi collection: Rome was a source of inspiration and the Parentesi sign came from a detail of the Eternal City pavements, the travertine junctions used to link the stone blocks. Wearable, decorative, bold and suitable for many occasions, the Parentesi module has been one of the most extensively copied designs of its time.

About Bvlgari*

Bulgari also known as BVLGARI is an Italian luxury brand known for its jewellery, watches, fragrances, accessories, and leather   goods. Currently part of the LVMH Group, Bulgari was founded in the region of Epirus, Greece, in 1884 by the silversmith Sotirios Boulgaris (Italian: Sotirio Bulgari) as a single jewellery shop that has, over the years, become an international brand.  The trademark is usually written BVLGARI in the classical Latin alphabet, and it is derived from the surname of the company’s founder

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