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the store wouldn’t be com­plete with the usual pre­cious fin­ery that won Bul­gari so many fans around the world. Some of its most ex­trav­a­gant pieces are per­ma­nently on show, im­press­ing jew­ellery afi­ciona­dos and de­sign­ers alike. Think the tubo­gas Ser­penti in gold and di­a­monds, gor­geous state­ment rings in blue china crowned with cabo­chon-cut gems, and iconic de­signs like the Par­entesi in pink gold and jade. But vis­i­tors to this lux­ury mecca will be re­warded with unique cre­ations that can­not be found else­where—not even next door.

Cel­e­brat­ing the city of Rome, the Con­dotti10 mini col­lec­tion of­fers two sets of bracelets with a match­ing ring, one in pink gold with di­a­monds and the other in pink gold, di­a­monds, pave and mala­chite and mother-of-pearl. In­spired by the floor­ing in the Ro­man Pan­theon, these jew­ellery pieces blend a con­tem­po­rary flair with geo­met­ric shapes—cir­cles, squares and eight-point stars.

More ac­ces­sories for the wrist come in the form of the Ser­penti Twist Your Time watch that pairs the clas­sic Ser­penti case with in­ter­change­able dou­ble-twirl leather straps. In­tro­duced in 2017, they are fun to wear and trendy to boot with mul­ti­ple colour­ways. Unique to this store are two 20-piece lim­ited edi­tion mod­els in rockn-roll metal­lic pink or blue calf leather. Fur­ther, an Only in Rome en­grav­ing on the case back is a per­ma­nent re­minder of this charm­ing lit­tle cu­rios­ity shop.

Ladies would be de­lighted by the Ser­penti For­ever hand­bag, made in a lim­ited edi­tion of just 200 pieces. Crafted in white leather and stitched and stud­ded with a snake mo­tif, it in­cludes a se­cret throw­back to the Eter­nal City on the back. Bring it home to your spe­cial lady and score a few ex­tra points in the love depart­ment.

Clock­wise: The Ser­penti Twist Your Time watch in blue calf leather, the Ser­penti For­ever hand­bag lim­ited to 200 pieces and the Con­dotti10 col­lec­tion bracelet.

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