DeWitt Golden Afternoon Watch - Allows Time to Blossom

Mar 24, 2011
DeWitt takes the wraps off its new Golden Afternoon lady’s watch, encouraged by the Pre-Raphaelite painters and poets of the 19th century Victorian England.


A perfect reflection of a multi-faceted feminine universe, the DeWitt watch has adopted a 39mm case. It is crafted from 18K white gold. At 3 o’clock, the model reveals an 18-carat white or rose gold polished crown, set with a blue sapphire or ruby cabochon. Its back side is engraved and secured with screws. The case handles the depth of up to 30 meters.

The bezel, also in 18K white gold, is decorated with sparkling diamonds and 12 DeWitt columns. The bezel forms a precious frame around a black mother-of-pearl dial. It strikes the eye with pink and black mother-of-pearl flowers. The dial is paved with 4 rubies and 14 diamonds.

The display of the new DeWitt Golden Afternoon watch ensures hours, minutes and seconds. Pointing to hours and minutes are hands shaped like “Angel Wings". The thin seconds hand is topped with a small flame.

The functions are driven by an automatic ETA 2892 calibre movement. It incorporates a rotor, endowed with the DeWitt’s design. Studded with 21 jewels, the mechanism runs at the rate of 28,800 vibrations per hour and supplies a 42-hour power reserve.

Keeping the new DeWitt watch secured to the wearer’s wrist is a satin or burgundy leather strap, which joins to an 18K white gold buckle. The latter is polished and engraved with the DeWitt logo.

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