Flowers, the perfect manifestations of nature’s handiwork, have delighted humans throughout history, inciting women to adorn their bodies with all manner of floral accoutrements. The stunning colours and forms of blooms have long been a source of inspiration for jewellers, including the luxury Roman house of Bulgari.
Indeed, the Italian maison has been designing and crafting floral jewellery pieces since the 1920s. One of Bulgari’s most memorable lines is the Tremblant range of floral brooches from the 1960s. Mounted on spring settings, the precious blooms vibrate with every movement, as if rustling in a soft breeze.
Through the decades, Bulgari has continually explored the floral motif in different ways, such as in the Giardinetto brooches of the 1960s, the Naturalia collection of nature-inspired pieces of the 1990s and, more recently, the Giardini Italiani collection, inspired by the most beautiful gardens of the Italian Renaissance, released in 2015, and the colourful floral motif earrings from the Mediterranean Eden collection in 2016. Each collection boasts pieces inspired by dazzling blooms, all interpreted with unrivalled craftsmanship and bold creativity.
And just in time to greet the festive season and drive the autumn blues away is another fresh new bouquet—the Fiorever collection of diamond jewellery. This enchanting assemblage was launched recently in the Middle East, at the Bulgari Resort Dubai. The special unveiling was cur