Damiani Belle Epoque Masterpiece 1 Watch - Refined Watchmaking and Jewelry Art

Aug 18, 2010
As it name suggests, the new Belle Epoque Masterpiece 1 watch by Damiani is inspired by early years of the 20th century, also known as the Age of Beauty.

Similar to other products, created within this period, the novel watch is distinguished by timeless elegance, flair of design and superior quality.

The Damiani ladys watch is set in an 18K white gold case, which measures 32 mm in diameter. It features a crown, manufactured from the same material and embellished with a diamond cabochon.

The appealing case is offset by a rotating bezel, which presents a shimmering play of 73 baguette diamonds, with the overall weight of 2.82 carats.

The precious stones are joined by 13 baguette rubies, with the total weight of 0.88 carats. On its front side the case is armed with a glare-proofed sapphire crystal. The Damiani watch handles depths of up to 30 meters.

Ticking inside the Damiani Belle Epoque Masterpiece 1 watch is a quartz movement. It focuses on the essential: displaying the hours and minutes.

The case of the enchanting timekeeper is enhanced by an 18K white gold dial with an invisible setting of 90 baguette diamonds. The overall weight of the scintillating jewels totals to 2.53 carats. Taking care of hours and minutes are black nickel-treated brass hands.

The new Damiani watch embraces the wearers wrist with a white satin strap. It terminates in an 18K white gold buckle, highlighted by the sparkle of 12 baguette diamonds and 7 baguette rubies. The weight of the gems is equal to 0.46 carats and 0.20 carats respectively.

An original marriage of refined watchmaking and jewelry art, the timepiece will surely capture the heart of any contemporary woman.

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