New Bulgari Moon Phase Watch for Ladies

Feb 06, 2009
The famous "Bulgari-Bulgari" watch collection has been joined by a new luxurious timepiece for ladies - the Bulgari-Bulgari Moon Phase watch.

Naturally, the new watch proudly demonstrates the distinctive double signature on the bezel. The magnificent watch has united diamonds, mother of pearl and a remarkable watchmaking complication.

The polished stainless steel case of the Bulgari watch measures 38mm in diameter. The timepiece is 30-meter water-resistant.

The zest of the stylish watch is a rotating indicator depicting the phases of the moon. The complicated feature is presented against a wave-pattern guilloche central part of the mother-of-pearl dial. The moon phase display advances in tiny increments during the month reflecting the movement of the Moon.

You glance will also be immediately caught by a majestic crescent paved with round brilliant diamonds. The subsidiary seconds are displayed via a sub-dial positioned at 6 o'clock. The face of the watch is protected by a flat sapphire crystal.

The Moon Phase watch accommodates the self-winding mechanical B77 movement adorned with applied Cote-de-Geneve and perlage polish decorations. The movement gives an advantage of a 42-hour power reserve.

The Bulgari Bulgari-Bulgari Moon Phase watch embraces the wrist with a white alligator leather strap fitted with a stainless steel folding clasp.

Bulgari is to unveil its new timekeeping creation at forthcoming Baselworld 2009. The initial price of the watch is expected to be 11,900 Swiss Francs. It will be available for sale starting from May 2009 through selected Bulgari retailers and exclusive boutiques of the brand.

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