Bvlgari celebrates life and beauty with Barocko, the Roman jeweler’s latest take on a bold and brave approach to high jewelry creation. Vibrant colors, extraordinary light effects, fanciful shapes and exquisite details convey a sense of joy and positivity, which spreads all over the world. The unlimited, magnificent influence of Rome’s Baroque artistic and architectural heritage meets Bvlgari’s unapologetic, daring and audacious spirit in Barocko.
From the iconic Fountain of the Four Rivers sculpted by Lorenzo Bernini and the near church of Sant’Agnese in Agone designed by Francesco Borromini, to the Horti Farnesiani complex on the Palatino hill and the bronze statue of Archangel Michael located on the top the Castel Sant’Angelo papal fortress, Rome’s Baroque landmarks influence the combination of dramatic grandeur and graceful lightness of the Barocko high-jewelry collection.
Baroque’s iconic aesthetic, defined by sinuous lines, voluptuous shapes, intricate complexity and unpredictable fascination, is revisited through Bvlgari’s contemporary and experimental filter for sumptuous, versatile and multifaceted creations, rewriting the rules of high jewelry design and manufacturing. A cultural and aesthetic link binds the Baroque movement and Bvlgari. Creations that play with light and shadow, that are injected with a dynamic sense of movement and that match upscale preciousness with effortless elegance.
Rare, exclusive, precious gems, - unearthed around the globe by Bvlgari jewelry creative director Lucia Silvestri, - are forged by the brand’s skilled artisans at Bvlgari’s signature workshops in Rome. Baroque architectural motifs, the curved lines of 16th century’s decors, but also the unpredictable variations of nature, meet more linear and minimal elements to find a perfect balance between maximalism and essentiality.
Harmony, grace and beauty stands out in the Barocko upscale, one-of-a-kind pieces, vibrating with the vivacious hues of a charming kaleidoscope. Symbols of Bvlgari’s unlimited commitment to beauty, positivity and joy