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A brilliant way of defining the symbiotic relationship between time and light, the BVLGARI Lvcea collection was first launched in 2014. Like the rest of the collections, the Lvcea also pays a beautiful homage to the Eternal City, Rome. Be it the starry nights or the sunny days, the timepieces in the collection endows the beauty of this ancient city.
The BVLGARI Lvcea is fitted with diamond indexes on the dial. These diamond indexes are absent from the skeleton and aventurine-dial variant. Most of the timepieces are fitted with marquetry dials that resemble sunrays. Whereas, the timepieces equipped with aventurine dials are inspired by the starry nights of Rome. There are very few brands that have stridden into the world of skeleton watches for women, BVLGARI is one of them. With a skeleton iteration in the Lvcea collection, this is the first set of timepieces in history that takes the letter of the watchmaker’s logo and incorporates it into the watch’s design.
High Jewellery Watches
Entering the segment of high-jewellery watches, the Lvcea collection features a timepiece that is fitted with baguette-cut diamonds both on the dial and bracelet. This timepiece is inspired by the sundial that was used to depict time before watches were invented. For BVLGARI, high jewellery watches are just not about diamonds. Adding a breath of emeralds into the collection, the Lvcea Skeleton watch features a timepiece with baguette-cut emeralds on the bezel, whereas, there are diamonds on the letters that are fitted over the skeleton dial.