Bvlgari Serpenti Amethyst: The Purple Era

A new capsule collection by the Roman jeweler reinvents three Serpenti watches with the beauty of the violet stone. And the result is nothing short of incredible.
All three pieces of Bvlgari Serpenti Amethyst collection
The Serpenti Misteriosi Bangle was first introduced in 2016. In this year’s special edition, however, the 36 mm rose gold case is set with baguette-cut amethysts to represent the snake scales and pear-shape cut amethysts for the eyes. The white mother-of-pearl dial, located in the snake’s mouth, is equipped with two violet hands. The rose gold skeletonized bangle bracelet is also set with brilliant-cut diamonds.
Bvlgari Serpenti Misteriosi Bangle
The Serpenti Scaglie with the distinctive wraparound bracelet and snakehead dial has first debuted in 2009. Here, it features buff-cut amethysts set in rose gold and paired with brilliant diamonds to resemble the scaglie (Italian name for scales) of the serpent. The 126 amethysts weigh a total of 6.65 carats. Violet hands and diamond-set indexes stand out against the mother-of-pearl dial.
Bvlgari Serpenti Scaglie
The Serpenti Incantati was first introduced in 2016. Now, it appears with a 37 mm rose gold case set with diamonds, including snow-set dial, and a total of 33 amethysts weighing 2.45 carats. The alligator strap and hands are also of a rich violet hue.
Bvlgari Serpenti Incantati