Ellicott Unveils Lady Tuxedo Midnight Watch

Apr 20, 2010
The acclaimed watchmaker Ellicott is delighted to announce its first watch reserved specially for modern Cinderellas. Called Lady Tuxedo Midnight, this horological marvel is available with a cambered rectangular case sculptured in 18-carat pink or white gold. Alternatively, the watch can be offered in titanium.

The lady's watch demonstrates a spectacular night-blue dial encrusted with scintillating diamonds, which substitute hour-markers. They are joined by star-shaped diamond-set indexes and Arabic number 12, also in diamonds. Sweeping smoothly over them are leaf-shaped hour and minute hands treated with a luminous compound. They are kept company by a center seconds hand.

The case of the alluring Lady Tuxedo Midnight watch is fitted with a two-position crown. When pushed in, it serves for winding the watch. When pulled out all the way, it is used for setting the time. The watch is also equipped with a pusher at 9 oclock. When pushed in, it activates chiming of the hours and 15 minutes intervals.

The back of the watch reveals a sapphire-crystal secured with four polished screws. The ladys watch is submersible to 30 meters.

The new Ellicott ladys watch accommodates an automatic mechanical movement - Caliber MID-1. It sounds hours and quarters on request. It also provides the functions of hours, minutes and centre sweep seconds. Composed of 251 individual parts, the movement is adorned with 30 jewels. This mechanism operates at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and offers a 42-hour power reserve.

The novel Ellicott Lady Tuxedo Midnight watch is mounted on an alligator leather strap finished with a buckle in gold and steel. It has been created in a limited edition of just 99 pieces.

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