In 1962, Elizabeth Taylor wore a classic gold Serpenti bracelet wrist watch when filming for the movie Cleopatra. Since then, Serpenti became the most recognizable, iconic and desirable piece of jewelry.
The collection’s simple Tubogas coil technique was actually derived from a method of jewelry making dating back to Roman times where twine was twisted in a decorative manner. Bulgari saw this as an opportunity to make watch bands, bracelets and rings that were both flexible and comfortable, and thus the Serpenti was born.
In practice, the result is a shorter or longer bracelet that is remarkably flexible to allow for comfortable wear – not always a property linked to fine jewelry or watches – while remaining firmly coiled around the wrist, arm, or neck.
This bracelet gain a lot of attraction by the celebrities and models