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Bulgari's trademark is usually written "BVLGARI" in ancient Roman style, and is derived from the surname of the company's Greek founder, Sotirios Voulgaris. The current flagship store in Via dei Condotti was opened in 1905 by Bulgari with the help of his two sons, Constantino and Giorgio. The store quickly became a place where the world's rich and famous came for the unique, high quality jewelry designs. For over a century, Bulgari has been setting the pace for Italian style in jewelery and luxury fashion goods.
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  • Bulgari - Octo All Blacks 100 Club watch

    As the world rugby tournament is about to begin, Bulgari, official sponsor to the All Blacks, has honoured the longest-serving players and management in the legendary New Zealand team by presenting them with a special commemorative watch.
    The four current players in the All Blacks squad who have played 100 or more Test matches have received the special Octo All Blacks 100 Club watch to mark this exceptional achievement. Bulgari also recognised a further 12 members of the current All Blacks management team who have officiated at over 100 Test matches.
    The four players, All Blacks captain Richie McCaw, Tony Woodcock, Daniel Carter and Keven Mealamu were presented with their watches at a special event in London, with New Zealand Rugby CEO Steve Tew, All Blacks Head Coach Steve Hansen, All Blacks Manager Darren Shand and Assistant Manager Gilbert Enoka also in attendance.

    Featuring amongst the elite in their respective areas, Bulgari and the All Blacks have for the past four years been pursuing a partnership celebrating their common denominators: high performance, charisma and excellence.

    Each of the watches awarded to the All Blacks is personalised on the sapphire crystal case-back with the initials of the player as well as their All Blacks number. The centre of the smoked sapphire crystal features an historical silver fern leaf motif, which is the All Blacks emblem, along with the year 1905, the year the famous All Blacks "Originals" team undertook their ground-breaking tour of North America and Europe.
    The case with its 110 facets, 41.5 mm opening and 10.60 mm thickness, is adorned with a Diamond Like Carbon (DLC) coating, perfectly corresponding to the black jerseys of the All Blacks.

    Like top rugby players, the heart of power and high performance lies in the movement. That of the Octo All Blacks 100 Club derives its precision and excellence from the finest Swiss manufacturing traditions. Developed and assembled by hand in the Swiss Jura, the 28-jewel mechanical self-winding BVL 193 calibre measures time with a precision of 28,800 vibrations per hour (4Hz) and guarantees a 50-hour power reserve.
    The dial displays a Maori mask, imprinted like a tattoo on the background and designed by Maori carver Tana Salzmann.

  • Bulgari - L'Ammiraglio del Tempo

    Four hammers and gongs, a minute repeater and a Westminster chime. While this inventory of horological functions might already make an impression on watch connoisseurs, the picture is far from complete. Activated by an innovative repeater slide, the striking mechanism of Bulgari's new Grande Complication model L'Ammiraglio del Tempo, is presented with a detent escapement and a constant-force device; the latter is a regulating organ that embodies the ultimate level of horological complexity.

    Meaning The Admiral of Time in Italian, L'Ammiraglio del Tempo refers to the maritime universe and evokes the era of sailboats and seafaring conquests of the history's great naval powers. The detent escapement originated in the 18th century, a time when maritime nations vied for dominion of the world's oceans. It was also a time when watchmakers competed to produce the most accurate time-keeping instruments. In an era when satellites did not exist, sailors determined their geographical position at sea by astronomical observation, as well as by using the most accurate possible time calculations.
    Generations of watchmakers dedicated themselves to solving this conundrum. One of the most important inventions emerging from this period was the detent escapement, which provided a degree of reliability unparalleled at the time.

    The elaborate 516-part movement used in L'Ammiraglio del Tempo is housed within a case belonging to the Daniel Roth line. One particular element plays a specific role in the activation of the striking system: one of the lugs is, in fact, mobile and serves as a repeater slide that glides from 7 to 8 o'clock to trigger the minute repeater. This innovative device ensures a smooth case middle that is unperturbed by the usual sideways protruding repeater slide. The 50 mm-diameter case frames a partially open dial revealing the detent escapement as well as the striking hammers and gongs. The "solid" part of the dial is made from a plate in black or blue gold according to the metal of the case. This ensemble is topped by a bell-shaped sapphire crystal that provides tantalising glimpses of the hand-crafted Côtes de Geneve and circular-grained movement finishes.

    L'Ammiraglio del Tempo is issued in two limited series of 20 in 18K pink gold, and 10 in 18K white gold. Each watch bears its individual number on the sapphire crystal disc adorning the crown.

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