What makes a Bvlgari special?Horology aficionados will almost often shun watches from brands that aren’t watchmakers first and foremost. More often than not, such pieces are of Far Eastern origin with the logo of an Italian or French fashion house slapped on for good measure. Bvlgari is one of very few exceptions to this rule. The age-old jeweler entered the watch market not even thirty years ago, and has quickly grown to become a proper watchmaker in its own right
Who wears a Bvlgari?Wearing a Bvlgari on your wrist shows the fact that you understand that, at the end of the day, watches are jewelry. Fine, complicated and sometimes ridiculously expensive, but jewelry nonetheless. Nothing wrong with that however, as Blvgari isn’t something you pick up at a local flea market. The quintessential combination of fine watch making with the classic design elements of the jewelry that made the company a household name, Bvlgari is unlikely to leave anyone unimpressed.
Flexing their muscles among the big boys of watch complications, Bvlgari continues to show that they can hold their own with tourbillions, perpetual calendars and GMT complications. Anyone with an eye for watches would be wise to disassociate the company with its fashion friends, like Armani, and acknowledge Bvlgari as a fine choice for a luxurious wristwatch.
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