Limited to 1,000 pieces, this special edition watch was created in collaboration with legendary Japanese artist Sorayama.
The Bulgari Aluminium Sorayama Special Edition watch is a composition reflecting the imagination and flair for details of the Japanese hyper-realism artist. Mirroring past and future, Sorayama’s work reflects a fascination with the classicism of the 1930s and 1940s, as well as the exciting mechanical advances in the fields of aviation and automobiles.
The watch opts for the restrained look of galvanised textures and details recalling the aesthetics of 1930s and 1940s cars and planes. On the silver-toned dial with its shimmering pearlescent swirls evoking the light playing across gleaming bodywork, the propeller-shaped hour-markers and hands are enhanced with Super-LumiNova®.
The only numeral visible is the 2, thereby honouring the artist’s lucky number and representing more than a nod and instead a deliberate reference. This limited-edition model with its aluminium case and rubber bezel has a diameter of 40 mm and is water-resistant to a depth of 100 metres.
The crown is made of reinforced black titanium. The same goes for the caseback bearing Sorayama’s signature in deep black.
The The Bulgari Aluminium Sorayama Special Edition watch houses a mechanical self-winding movement with a 42-hour power reserve.
The iconic rubber strap picks up the metallic accents of aluminium on its links and pin buckle.
Model: Bvlgari Aluminium Sorayama Special Edition
Mechanical self-winding movement, hours, minutes, seconds and date, BVL 192 calibre, 42-hour power reserve, frequency 28,800 vph (4 Hz)
40 mm aluminium case
Titanium caseback with DLC coating and engraved Sorayama logo
Titanium crown with DLC coating
Water-resistant to 100m
Dial decorated with laser engraving, hour-markers and hours and minutes hands filled with Super-LumiNova®
Date window at 3 o’clock
Rubber strap with aluminium links, aluminium pin buckle
Sorayama special 1,000-piece limited edition
Dedicated aluminium and rubber case bearing the SORAYAMA and BVLGARI logos