Balmain Seduces with Maestria Lady Watch

Nov 29, 2010
The house of Balmain is extremely pleased to introduce its new Maestria Lady watch, designed in the classical style.


Bold, yet extremely feminine, this creation is set in a 316L polished steel case. The fluid curves of the new Balmain lady’s watch, underlined by two bars at the top and bottom, are exactly what attract attention.

The case proudly reveals a winding crown, paved with a domed black cabochon. The water-resistance of the case is assured down to 50 meters.

The Balmain watch is available with different dial executions. The mother-of-pearl version is adorned with 32 Wesselton SI diamonds, arranged in rows on its both sides. The central part of the silver matt dial is embellished with “Clous de Paris” guilloche work, which lends it additional chic. The audience can also enjoy silver black and silver arabesques dials, as well as those performed in sun-brushed silver.

The display of the new Maestria Lady watch comprises gently curved Arabic numerals, alternating with delicate hour-markers. The midnight black or mother-of-pearl dials are completed with highly polished indexes, set as appliques.

Taking care of hour and minutes are pointed silver bevelled hands. The date indication appears in the exhibition window, which substitutes the 6 o’clock hour-marker. Protecting the dial is a high-grade sapphire crystal.

The new Balmain watch is mounted on an elegant black or beige-gray leather strap, which features a detailed crocodile imitation. The strap is closed with a safety folding clasp. The model can be also accessorized with a stainless steel bracelet.

Specially reserved for a refined woman with strong character, the timepiece presented is easy-to-wear on all occasions.

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