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Bulgari’s iconic pieces take centre stage at Taipei filmfest
2017/11/09
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Parentesi Hamata platinum necklace with 31.38 carats of diamonds

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Platinum earrings from the Divas’ Dream Collection

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Ring with a 3.55-carat D-colour IF solitaire diamond from the Griffe Diamanti Collection

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Hong Kong actress Kara Wai donning Bulgari pieces worth more than HK$4.7 million (around US$603,000).

Bespoke pieces from some of Bulgari’s most iconic fine jewellery collections – Parentesi, Griffe Diamanti and Divas’ Dream – added sparkle to the 54th Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival.

Bespoke pieces from some of Bulgari’s most iconic fine jewellery collections – Parentesi, Griffe Diamanti and Divas’ Dream – added sparkle to the 54th Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival.

Hong Kong actress Kara Wai walked the red carpet, donning Bulgari pieces worth more than HK$4.7 million (around US$603,000).

Drawing inspiration from ancient marks on Rome’s major architectural structures, Parentesi or parentheses in Italian, became the interlocking metal component of Bulgari’s modular jewels. The historical chest plates were born from the design of Parentesi Hamata. Decorated with 31.38 carats of diamonds, the platinum necklace complements the heroic modern woman.

The Divas’ Dream Collection, meanwhile, exalts Italian femininity and elegance. The sophisticated platinum earrings with 48 diamonds in pave setting perfectly demonstrate a woman’s grace. Griffe Diamanti, for its part, pays tribute to refined elegance. The ring in classic style highlights the precision and natural beauty of the 3.55-carat D-colour IF solitaire diamond, according to Bulgari.

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