Vintage brooch from the 60s in amethysts and enamel, Bvlgari

€35,000
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This spectacular brooch represents the quintessence of the Bvlgari style that took the world by storm in the 60s. So much so that Andy Warhol used to say: “I never go to Rome without going to Bvlgari, because it’s the largest museum of contemporary art.”

 

This brooch combines two strong Bvlgari codes: geometric shapes and saturated color combinations. Its 3 amethysts (one emerald cut and two ovals), reminiscent of large candies, are braided with green guilloché enamel. Its power lies in its outsize volume associated with the simplicity of its design.

 

18K yellow gold

Enamel

3 amethysts : total weight approx. 90 carats

Weight: 46.40 g

Length: 7.40 cm

By Bvlgari

 

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