The Bulgari exhibition in Rome

La mostra Bulgari a Roma

From tomorrow until 13 September, the Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome will host the exhibition 'Tra Eternità e Storia' (Between Eternity and History), dedicated to 125 years of the brand Bulgari (photo: some moments of the inauguration yesterday, attended by well-known personalities from the world of culture, show business, politics and Capitoline business). Over five hundred objects were presented, created between 1884 and 2009, ranging from silver artefacts made by the founder of the House, Sotirio Bulgari, a Greek silversmith who settled in Rome in 1881, to more recent creations. Approximately two hundred and fifty of the pieces on display belong to the Bulgari Vintage Collection (a historical collection not for sale), while jewels from private collections are displayed here for the first time. Completing the extraordinary exhibition is a comprehensive 376-page catalogue, richly illustrated and available in Italian, English and French.

Opening hours are: Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 10.30 p.m.; Monday closed. Tickets cost €10 (full price) and €7.50 (reduced price).

For further information: Palazzo delle Esposizioni - Rome, Via Nazionale 194 -