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  • Literature

    Cf: 'BVLGARI', A. Triossi & D. Mascetti, Electra, 2007, pp. 164

  • Catalogue Essay

    According to Triossi and Mascetti in their book BVLGARI, "for Bulgari, the 'modulo' (module) is an element of a well-defined shape, free of unnecessary ornamentation, which can be reproduced in a series and combined to form a variety of homogeneous designs." The 'Doppio Cuore' or ‘double heart’ is a module jewel design of 1983 and consists of two interlocking hearts.

  • Artist Biography



    Originally from Kalarites, Greece, Sotirios Voulgaris emigrated to Rome because of Greece's rising poverty and difficulty separating from the Ottoman Empire. He set foot on Italian soil in 1880 with little money in his pocket and spent the next four years preparing what would go on to become Italy's oldest jewelry company. 

    In 1884, Bulgari opened its doors to the Italian people with its offering of jewelry and accessories. Bulgari's style takes from traditions in Greek and Roman craftsmanship to elegantly balance volume and subtlety. Later, in the late 1960s, Bulgari bridged classicism and modernity by introducing its seductive, now-iconic Serpenti collection of snake-shaped coil bracelets and watches. It is through its meticulous combination of influences that Bulgari has garnered an international and loyal high-profile clientele, which included Elizabeth Taylor and Audrey Hepburn. These Hollywood stars have immortalized the house's unique gem-adorned bracelets, necklaces and earrings in rounded forms. 

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A Pair of Diamond 'Doppio Cuore' Ear Clips, Bulgari


HK$32,000 - 48,000 

Sold for HK$37,500

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Jewels and Jadeite

Hong Kong Auction 26 November 2018