B.Zero1 "Marble" Ring By BVLGARI | SENATUS



B.Zero1 "Marble" Ring By BVLGARI
By SENATUS Magazine | 19 April 2012

A new addition to the B.zero1 collection paying explicit homage to Bulgari’s ancient Greek and Roman heritage – this time, the rose gold caps encircling spirals carved out of marble in three hues, green bowenite, lapis blue and tobacco brown. The use of marble (from the ancient Greek word meaning “shining stone”) as a material is both unexpected and, at the same time, an artistic tribute that morphs an ancient stone long associated with enduring luxury and sculptural beauty with the modernity and industrial lines of the B.zero1.

As marble is a natural material, it can vary in color and veining rendering each ring different from the other, and thus even more special and unique.

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