*Bvlgari Roma 1970 Moneta Champagne bottle coaster in .925 sterling silver with Roman coin
*Bvlgari Roma 1970 Moneta Champagne bottle coaster in .925 sterling silver with Roman coin
*Bvlgari Roma 1970 Moneta Champagne bottle coaster in .925 sterling silver with Roman coin
*Bvlgari Roma 1970 Moneta Champagne bottle coaster in .925 sterling silver with Roman coin
*Bvlgari Roma 1970 Moneta Champagne bottle coaster in .925 sterling silver with Roman coin
*Bvlgari Roma 1970 Moneta Champagne bottle coaster in .925 sterling silver with Roman coin
*Bvlgari Roma 1970 Moneta Champagne bottle coaster in .925 sterling silver with Roman coin
*Bvlgari Roma 1970 Moneta Champagne bottle coaster in .925 sterling silver with Roman coin
*Bvlgari Roma 1970 Moneta Champagne bottle coaster in .925 sterling silver with Roman coin
*Bvlgari Roma 1970 Moneta Champagne bottle coaster in .925 sterling silver with Roman coin
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*Bvlgari Roma 1970 Moneta Champagne bottle coaster in .925 sterling silver with Roman coin

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Moneta Champagne bottle coaster designed by Bvlgari.

A rare luxury item created in Rome, Italy by the house of Bvlgari, circa 1970's. This Champagne bottle coaster is part of the very popular and iconic Moneta collection and was carefully crafted in solid .925/,999 sterling silver, with a genuine ancient Roman coin in the center.

Have a total weight of 154.7 grams and a diameter of 4.5 inches (114.3 mm). 

Engraved at the back in the reverse, with the specific description of the coin, as follow, "ROMA DIOCLETIANUS AVG A.D. 284-305"

Stamped, with the maker's mark, the Italian control hallmark, the serial number and signed in full "BVLGARI .925 436R3 MI".

Bvlgari, was founded in the late 19th century by Sotirio Bulgari, who was born in 1857 in Greece and was descended from a talented family of silversmiths. In 1884 he opened his first shop in Rome on the Via Sistina, and then in 1905 he moved to the actual flag's store in Via dei Condotti. Upon Sotirio’s death in 1932 his sons, Giorgio and Costantino, took over the business. They are credited with creating the highly distinctive ‘Bvlgari’ style, inspired by Greek and Roman classicism revival, the Italian Renaissance, and the 19th century Roman school of goldsmiths. The 1970s marked the beginning of Bulgari’s international expansion with the opening of stores in New York (the first overseas), Paris, Geneva and Monte Carlo.

Note: Many similar pieces from the Moneta collection has been produced in boxes, cigar humidors, cups and vases. all with the typical genuine historical ancient coin.

It is in great condition.

INVENTORY REF: D0000XTOA/.1111


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