Bulgari Mediterranean Eden Secret Watch - Warmth, Vibrant Colors and Refinement

Sep 14, 2011
Bulgari gladly delivers its new Mediterranean Eden secret watch - a feminine symbol of the brand's equally impressive accomplishments in fine jewelry and high-end horology.


Created in keeping with the brands watchmaking heritage and inspired by the area surrounding the Mediterranean Sea, the new Bulgari watch exudes warmth, vibrant colors and refinement.

The watch is offered in several interpretations. The timepiece can be executed in a rose or white gold 40mm case with a finely chased cover. The rose gold version has the cover revealing the warm arabesques of Mediterranean architecture, paved with a pearl. In the white gold variation, meanwhile, it is studded with 4 round brilliant-cut diamonds (0.58 carats), 58 brilliant-cut diamonds (0.45 carats) and 6 pearls.

The collection also includes a multi-colored interpretation. It boasts a cover, embellished with 3 round brilliant-cut diamonds (0.34 carats) and 132 brilliant-cut diamonds (1.1carats). The impressive composition is enhanced with generously sized colored stones - amethyst, tourmaline, citrine, peridot and topaz.

The crowns of the first two versions are set with cabochon-cut pearls. The multi-colored version, meanwhile, sports a cabochon-cut tourmaline on its crown. The water-resistance of every model is assured down to 30 meters.


The new Bulgari Mediterranean Eden secret watch indicates hours and minutes. The functions are driven by a quartz movement, customized for Bulgari.

A satin strap with a triple-blade folding clasp in rose or white gold rounds off the charming exterior of the new Bulgari ladys watch.

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