Acquired by LVMH in October, 2011, Bulgari started as a Greek firm. Adapted later as an Italian manufacturer and distributor of luxury goods and jewelry, Bulgari is known today for it’s contributions to the jewelry world, watches, handbags fragrances, accessories and hotels.
Bulgari, or sometimes written as Bvlgari, was founded by Greek jeweler Sotirios Voulgaris in 1877. The jeweler moved to Italy and eventually opened a flagship store for the company in 1905. By 1966, the founder’s grandson was running the show. With the help of his cousin, Marina, grandson Gianni helped establish a worldwide presence for Bulgari by opening shops in New York, Geneva, Monte Carlo and Paris.
Today, Bulgari is a household name associated with luxury. The company has seen 150% revenue growth between 1997 and 2003.
Bulgari jewelry designers traditionally use the best quality golds, diamonds, and gemstones available to them.
In all of the examples given you’ll notice the attention to detail in the design patterns and the varying tastes and styles that Bulgari caters to. This is one exceptional luxury jeweler catering to a wide demographic.