Bulgari’s Jannah High Jewellery Collection Was Inspired By The Grand Mosque

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Bulgari Jannah High Jewellery Collection

Revealing an indelible facet of love and unity, the Bulgari Jannah high-jewellery collection turns the page on a new chapter that captures an eternal bond between people and places through the artistic interpretation of the symbolic five-petal Jannah flower

Creativity requires an unwavering faith in the power of a vision, and great leaders lead by faith. That is the inspirational story behind the Bulgari Jannah High Jewellery Collection, conceived in 2018, when Her Highness Sheikha Fatima bint Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan first met Lucia Silvestri, Bulgari’s creative director, at the Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi. It was there that they found the inspiration for the collection’s design among the marble motifs on the interior walls and ceilings. To celebrate the encounter of two cities and cultures – Rome and Abu Dhabi – the collection was dedicated to His Highness Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the beloved grandfather of Her Highness, who envisioned a paradise of love, peace and unity. The symmetrical five-petal Jannah flower, a metaphor for absolute perfection, which means ‘paradise’ in Arabic, is today reimagined for this new chapter in the Bulgari Jannah High Jewellery Collection, where six delicate and refined 18k rose gold creations represent a legacy of timeless love made incarnate. In the words of Her Highness: “It is so light and beautiful, literally heaven. This is Sheikh Zayed’s message through a work of art.” Explore the collection

Photographed by Paul Morel for MOJEH 91

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