Introducing The Bulgari Serpenti Spiga
The Serpenti is pervasive with Bulgari. Since the last part of the 1960s, the Italian gem dealer has created new cycles of the exemplary wristband watch again and again, every one contribution something other than what’s expected than the model previously. The current year’s enormous drop is the Serpenti Spiga, which is basically a similar plan as the conventional Serpenti Scaglie (presented in 2009) with another arm band plan and application.
The Spiga (which means wheat) was first dispatched in 2014 with a wavy-designed dark clay fold over wristband. The natural example was a runaway hit, and Bulgari is back this time with a cross-incubate designed arm band in valuable metals set with gemstones. The watch is accessible in precious stone set rose gold with opaline dial (single-wrap), jewel set rose gold with dark dial (triple-wrap), and jewel set white gold with jewel set dial (triple-wrap). All are fueled by quartz developments. The retail value goes from $45,600 to $147,000.
I’ve never been one to avoid a Serpenti, and I’m into the Spiga too. I love the wonderful way Bulgari proceeds to enhance and develop their assortments, regardless of whether it be Serpenti or the Octo. Other than adoring the new crosshatch design that makes the wristband truly seem as though scales (doesn’t it?), I love that Bulgari pulled from a regularly ignored vintage assortment of Serpentis – the Parentesi.
I have a weakness for the Parentesi on the grounds that this was my mother’s every day wear for the vast majority of my life until it was inelegantly lost on the green (she has a mean swing). Notwithstanding, the new Spiga assortment will no uncertainty be a hit and will fill in as a decent center ground between the Tubogas and the more detailed (and very costly) polish Serpentis. Be that as it may, truth be told, the beginning cost of $45,600 is very staggering.
Case Material: Rose and white gold
Dial Color: Opaline, dark, and jewel set
Valuing & Availability
Price: $46,500, $67,000, and $147,000
Limited Edition: No
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