Dancing with the Serpent: Bvlgari Serpenti Replica, Brings You a Deadly Temptation Part II.

It is precisely because of this mysterious power that for centuries, the symbol of the serpent has not only appeared in the myths and legends of ancient civilizations, but also in the works of poets and artists, which confirm the dangerous but charming power of serpent, as an ancient mysterious totem. At the same time, with the spread of Isis culture in Egypt to the Roman Empire, the symbol of the serpent began to become an important source of inspiration for jewelry design. Since 1940, BVLGARI has taken the lead in applying the image of the miraculous serpent to the design of wrist watch. The serpent head turns into a dial, while the winding body turns into a wristband to wrap around the wrist.

Bvlgari Serpenti Bracelet Replica, in 18K Rose Gold Plated, 2 Rows with Black Onyx

Bvlgari Serpenti Bracelet Replica, in 18K Rose Gold Plated, 2 Rows with Black Onyx

Perhaps because of the rebirth and power symbolized by the miraculous serpent, many women like to wear serpent-shaped jewelry accessories from ancient times to the present.

Bvlgari Serpenti Bracelet Replica, in 18K Rose Gold Plated, 2 Rows with White Onyx

Bvlgari Serpenti Bracelet Replica, in 18K Rose Gold Plated, 2 Rows with White Onyx

In ancient civilizations, the Egyptian Queen of Cleopatra VII, must be the monarch who is most closely associated with the serpent totem. Because of her successive love romance with Gaius Julius Caesar and Marc Anthony, the fate of this gorgeous goddess was closely intertwined with the Roman Empire. In 46 BC, Cleopatra first came to the Roman Empire, and the serpentine gold bracelet wrapped around her arm highlighted her mystery and sensuality. The cheering crowd was all dumped for her peerless beauty.

Bvlgari Serpenti Bracelet Replica, in 18K Rose Gold Plated, 2 Rows with Black Mother of Pearl and Onyx

Bvlgari Serpenti Bracelet Replica, in 18K Rose Gold Plated, 2 Rows with Black Mother of Pearl and Onyx