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Focus: Bulgari Roman Sorbets Jewelry

Inspired by long vacations in Florence or Milan, the fine jewelry line is a well-deserved treat in the summer heat.

Jun 24, 2016 | By Gordon Ng

La dolce vita is the key to Bulgari’s new Roman Sorbets line. The sweet life as imagined by the Italian jewelry house consists of year-long summer vacations, spent in and around Florence or Milan under a wide-brimmed sun hat, half of the itinerary of which is dedicated to lounging. The cherry on top of this imaginary ideal is a cold, sweet treat – in the Italian tradition, it would be sorbet, a frozen dessert.

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Bulgari has captured this simple and minute pleasure in their Roman Sorbets collection. The classical Bulgari-Bulgari disc shapes play host to a smattering of jewels cast into the pieces. Pink tourmalines and amethysts, and blue sapphires and tsavorites nestle into pink or white gold band rings and necklaces, introducing a refreshing contrast of color.

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The double whammy of brand icons – a duo of Bulgari logos and the playful use of colourful gemstones – is surprisingly understated. Indeed, the spirit is more youthful and jubilant because of its embrace of pink gold – a mellow-hued alternative to rose gold, which features in their B.zero1 pieces as well. A lighthearted collection like these Sorbets are a fun break from breath-taking haute joaillerie – these are the kinds of pieces you can easily wear every day.

This story first appeared in L’Officiel Singapore.

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