For those times when it’s impossible to decide between white, yellow and rose gold, the Bvlgari Serpenti Tubogas in a stunning triple-toned variation is the best option.
The Bvlgari Serpenti collection has become almost synonymous with the luxury brand, and the Serpenti Tubogas has been a stalwart of the collection since the 1940s.
Bvlgari Serpenti Tubogas
In a stark contrast to the high jewellery watches in the Serpenti collection, the Serpenti Tubogas takes its name from the gas-tube technique used to create the simple yet elegant tubular links inspired by Italian pipes. The links come together to form a flexible bracelet combining white, yellow and rose gold, creating the illusion that each coil of the triple-wrapped bracelet is in a different colour.
The seamlessly blending shades of gold on the Serpenti Tubogas make this watch the perfect accessory to take from day to night, pairing with a wide spectrum of colours and ensembles.
The use of all three colours of gold in the Serpenti Tubogas is a modern reimagining of earlier creations featuring the tricolor look in the 1960s. The beautiful bracelet that coils seductively around the wrist is a subtle declaration of the strength of the woman that wears it.
Head of the Snake
The Serpenti Tubogas watch itself has a delicate 35mm case which is shaped like the iconic head of snake. The case is made of rose gold to match the first coil of the Tubogas bracelet, and is outlined by 38 diamonds. The black opaline dial indicates the hours and minutes and has a delicate radiating pattern with rose gold hour markers which add to the femininity of this universally appealing timepiece.
In an undeniable declaration that some designs remain eternal, the newest version of the Serpenti Tubogas continues to be a symbol of desire and sensuality for women everywhere. The fusion of three shades of gold in a contemporary twist brings this classic timepiece into the present and takes it even beyond, firmly cementing it as a timeless horological work of art.