Mira Fee Celeste Watch - Ode to Swan's Faithfulness

Feb 04, 2011
With the presentation of its new Fee Celeste watch collection, the Swiss horological company Mira invites the ladies into the wonderful world of true love. A matchless work of art, it was magically born from dexterous fingers of the highly qualified designers and watchmakers within the manufacture.

The real draw of the new Mira watch is a bewitching “Swan” motif, skillfully presented on the dial. The image of this graceful bird, a symbol of faithfulness, is embellished with scintillating diamonds, white mother-of-pearl and black aventurine. The total number of stones comes to 84 pieces with a total of 0.26 carats. The swan is floating around the dark lake of the dial.

The display of the new Mira Fee Celeste watch indicates the functions of retrograde minutes and off-centered hours. The hour counter at 12 o’clock boasts 12 dazzling diamonds, acting as hour-markers. They resemble shining stars in the night sky. The jewels are joined by the brand’s logo, which represents one of the brightest stars in the universe - the Mira. The dial can be encircled by a diamond-set 18K pink gold bezel.

Giving life to the aforementioned functions is a self-winding mechanical movement. It sits comfortably in a 43 mm stainless steel case. The body of the timepiece proudly exposes lugs, paved with 4 red topazes. The winding crown, located at 3 o’clock, is breathtakingly paved with a solitaire diamond. The back side of the model also sports a swan pattern, engraved on mother-of-pearl. The water-resistance of the model is assured down to 50 meters.

Imbued with romance and emotions, the new Mira lady’s watch is mounted on a crocodile leather strap. It joins to a folding clasp studded with a solitaire diamond.

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