Harry Winston Midnight Moon Phase Watch - Ultra-Feminine Work of Art

Nov 15, 2012
The Harry Winston Midnight Collection welcomes a newcomer – the Midnight Moon Phase watch.

The novelty captivates the glance by the most romantic presentation of the moon phase complication. An arc-like crescent-moon aperture is found between 9 and 12 o’clock. The moon and stars emerge from behind the branches of trees scrupulously engraved and luxuriously finished in contrasting lacquers on the dial of the timepiece. This is a beautiful tribute to nature and time itself.

The 39mm case of the new Harry Winston watch is rendered in 18K rose gold or 18K white gold. The rose gold variation unveils a rosé Champagne dial embellished with a sunray satin brushed finish. The engraved tree is gently filled with rose lacquer for alluring appeal and an exquisite tonal effect.

The white gold version demonstrates a silver dial decorated with a sunray satin brushed finish. The engraved tree is lacquered in a beautiful pearl-white hue producing a shimmering, ethereal effect.

Both dials are completed with indexes from 3 to 9 o’clock that look like the stars in the sky. Brilliant-cut diamonds and round pearls have been used for the indexes. From 10 o’clock to 2 o’clock, the dial features long, tapered indexes representing sun rays. The date is displayed via a small round aperture above 6 o’clock.

The case of the charming lady’s watch is adorned with 91 brilliant-cut diamonds. At 3 o’clock, the diamond-set crown catches attention due to three larger diamonds representing the brand’s signature arches that make one think of the façade of the flagship Harry Winston salon in New York.

The new Harry Winston Midnight Moon Phase watch is synonymous to timeless beauty and elegance.

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