Bvlgari Wild Pop Monete Watch


We recently talked about the exclusive presentation of the new Wild Pop collection, the new Must Have by Bvlgari inspired by the essence of the eighties. Now it’s time to tell of jewels, authentic masterpieces of craftsmanship that combines color, passion and tradition.

The bold approach of the Roman Maison has always characterized that desire to break the rules but always with exceptionality and style. ´Most of all and all at once´ is the motto to which these creations are inspired that represent the tribute to those years where excess and extravagance were the basis of everything. Not only that, Wild Pop also wants to be a testimony to Bvlgari’s special bond with Pop Art’s father.


When one day Andy Warhol told Nicola Bvlgari: “I believe that your jewels are the ’80s”, the jeweler replied that they were not, because “We are always looking for the impossible”! A research that has produced beloved masterpieces all over the world, sometimes personalized and unique for the star system, especially the one that in New York represented the center of the world.

I wanted to create something about this fantastic dialogue between Bvlgari and Andy Warhol.

Lucia Silvestri, Bvlgari creative director

The Wild Pop collection is based on an intuition by Lucia Silvestri, the creative director of Bvlgari who, visiting the Andy Warhol Foundation, was able to see through the catalogs and the correspondence of the artist, how close the link with the Maison was. “I wanted to create something about this fantastic dialogue between Bvlgari and Andy Warhol and so in 2018 the precious artefacts are born where glamor is the protagonist. Unique and sparkling gems with unexpected combinations interpret the excitement and audacity of that liason”.




For a ´wild pop´ idea of the time, Bvlgari created a necklace-watch. The ´Monete´ is a pendant with a watch inside, with a 52mm case in 18kt pink gold with diamonds and an authentic antique acient silver coin, a Tetradrachm of Kyme in Aeolis, 2nd century BC, to be exact. The malachite dial recalls the theme that returns in the chain (length 90 cm), also in pink gold with malachite, diamonds and emeralds inserts.

Like all the precious creations of the Maison, the craftsmanship and the wisdom represent ineliminable connotations in the production of every jewel that is born through the skill and precision of an ancient goldsmith’s art that is renewed without losing its aura of exceptionality.



Bvlgari Wild Pop Serpenti watches



You might not think that ‘80s extravagance, Italian tradition and high jewelry excellence could come together in a pleasing way.

Well, based on the new Wild Pop offerings from Roman watchmaker and jeweler Bulgari, think again… On a wild night in Rome last week, Bvlgari unveiled its Wild Pop collection of watches and jewelry.

Inspired by the cultural revolution and the creative excitement of the roaring 80s, the Serpenti Secret Watch boasts the seductive charms of the serpent with vibrating colours and powerful design.

Inspired by the ‘80s, Bvlgari used all its high jewelry and watchmaking skill to present some truly remarkable pieces, including two versions of the Serpenti Misteriosi My Handcuff watch, two versions of the Serpenti Misteriosi Pallini High Jewellery secret watch and the Monete Jewelry necklace secret watch – that we will show you very soon.

The Serpenti, which is one of Bulgari’s most popular collections in watch and jewelry, in the Misteriosi My Handcuff watch iteration brings together high jewelry manufacturing techniques in a secret watch.




Two versions of the Serpenti Misteriosi My Handcuff watch with quartz movement continue the Serpenti theme, one with a white gold and malachite cuff, with the serpent set with diamonds, and the other with a white gold and onyx cuff, also with the diamond-set serpent. The malachite version’s serpent head has pear-shaped rubellites for eyes, while the onyx version uses pear-shaped emeralds.



Two versions of the Serpenti Misteriosi Pallini High Jewellery secret watch continue the Serpenti theme. The 40mm 18K white gold case is set with brilliant-cut diamonds, with two pear-shaped emeralds for the eyes, while the gold dial showcases even more diamonds. The 18K rose gold body is also set with diamonds, as is the white gold tail. In the second version of the Misteriosi Pallini, diamonds and emeralds share the stage on the 18K white gold case, dial and bracelet.



The new Wild Pop collection from Bulgari, with its vibrant mix of color, gemstones and high jewelry workmanship, is, as a starting point, certainly daring.

And as you discover the details, you can’t help but be impressed.


Entirely crafted in the Bulgari Manufactures in Switzerland, each Bulgari watch is designed to feature the meticulous precision of Swiss savoir-faire and the innovation of Italian creativity, blending these countries’ traditions to produce the pinnacles of their expertise.





Wild Pop: A fine jewellery interpretation of the wild 80s by Bvlgari


Bvlgari is one jewellery house who has never shied away from vivid colours and dramatic designs. This year, it is owning that identity with its new Wild Pop high jewellery collection that brings its trademark vivid colours and even wilder designs together in one unapologetic capsule.

A graphic combination, these Bvlgari Pop jewels turns opposites into the perfect match.

Roman creativity and disruptive spirit of the 1980s collide into a dazzling collection with the Bvlgari Wild Pop, the quintessence of the brand’s rule-breaking approach to jewelry. Inspired by a roaring era, Bvlgari plays with rare gemstones, bold designs and fabulous craftsmanship, for an entirely unexpected High Jewelry collection.













The 80s, in a word? Extravagant. Drawing from the eclectic spirit of an era, Bvlgari designs its own cultural revolution through rare gemstones and cutting-edge designs. With disco music from Donna Summer and Sylvester, Studio 54, Andy Warhol’s art, the audacity in fashion and the dreams of the future: everything resounds in a collection that is fresh, from Rome and undeniably Bvlgari.

A logo big enough to match all that? Bvlgari. It premiered its Tubogas collection of jewellery and watches which quickly became a bestseller for its in-your-face logo. In fact, it became the first examples of logo jewellery, garnering itself fans like Grace Jones who flashed hers at every late-night party she went to.

With jewellery savoir faire and watchmaking expertise, Bvlgari crafts its pop idea of time. Precious, ultra-sophisticated and strikingly glamorous, each jewellery-watch is born to capture the excitement of life’s one-of-a-kind moments.













A graphic combination of black onyx and white diamonds, these Pop jewels turn opposites into the perfect match. Seductive and ultra-sophisticated: the Serpenti Secret watch coils time with its unmistakable power of attraction. Maxi style is a state of mind: boasting a large colourful Bvlgari logo, the bracelet encapsulates the bold spirit of the Roman Jeweler. Most probably the first piece of High Jewelry inspired by cannabis leaves, the necklace strikes with its high rate of addiction.

Pop art and culture combine with colourful history to make Wild Pop a sublime collection. Discover more at the official website here.