A highlight of the Roman maison’s latest novelties is the debut of the Bvlgari Serpenti Seduttori Tourbillon. A follow up to last year’s launch of the Seduttori with a quartz movement, the technically advanced version boasts the smallest women’s tourbillon in the market.
Powered by the manual-winding BVL150 Caliber – specially designed to fit inside the sleek dimensions of the serpent-head case – the rhodium-plated movement is hand-decorated with Côtes de Genève, perlage and beveling, and features one sapphire bridge. There are three iterations, each showcasing special pavé setting to achieve as thin a case as possible: white gold with diamonds and a leather strap; rose gold with diamonds and a leather strap, as well as white gold with diamonds and a matching scaled bracelet. The former Bvlgari models each have a total of 2.5 carats of diamonds, while the latter has over 7.5 carats.