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Bulgari

£30.00

Product description

Hardback, First Edition, published in 1995 by Leonardo. "As New" condition. Navy blue glossy cloth covered boards with silver title on spine. Minor scratch to front cover. No inscriptions or marks to pages. Dust jacket very clean with no marks. Also has decorated card sleeve with no marks.

Bulgari is a lavishly illustrated exploration of Italy's greatest jeweller. New photography and archival pictures trace the development of the Bulgari style, a distinctive look that has captivated royalty, movie stars, and others for more than a century. Since its start in Rome in 1884 and throughout its years of expansion through shops from Los Angeles to New York, from Madrid and Athens to Jeddah and Hong Kong the Bulgari firm has launched trends and revivals.
In this volume, detailed chapters examine a range of successful innovations such as the "easy to wear" everyday jewels made with precious gems, the powerful modular units combined in repeating patterns, and the recent trademark Bulgari wristwatch.

Item details

Added value:
Rare in the UK
Author(s):
Mascetti, Daniela & Triossi, Amanda
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
34 x 25.5 x 3 cms
Edition:
First, 1996
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
255
Publisher:
Leonardo
Title:
Bulgari

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About this item

Hardback, First Edition, published in 1995 by Leonardo. "As New" condition. Navy blue glossy cloth covered boards with silver title on spine. Minor scratch to front cover. No inscriptions or marks to pages. Dust jacket very clean with no marks. Also has decorated card sleeve with no marks.

Bulgari is a lavishly illustrated exploration of Italy's greatest jeweller. New photography and archival pictures trace the development of the Bulgari style, a distinctive look that has captivated royalty, movie stars, and others for more than a century. Since its start in Rome in 1884 and throughout its years of expansion through shops from Los Angeles to New York, from Madrid and Athens to Jeddah and Hong Kong the Bulgari firm has launched trends and revivals.
In this volume, detailed chapters examine a range of successful innovations such as the "easy to wear" everyday jewels made with precious gems, the powerful modular units combined in repeating patterns, and the recent trademark Bulgari wristwatch.

Added value:
Rare in the UK
Author(s):
Mascetti, Daniela & Triossi, Amanda
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
34 x 25.5 x 3 cms
Edition:
First, 1996
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
255
Publisher:
Leonardo
Title:
Bulgari

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