No wonder the watch is called Diamond Rain … 9.35 carats pave the round case of the high jewelery Van Der Bauwede Genève timepiece mixing sizes, cuts and diamond settings for a wow effet. Set in white gold, the watch is mounted on a black satin bracelet with pin buckle. What’s interresting is the asymetrical work of the diamond pavage on the dial. Thinly cut and meticulously adjusted, the baguette diamonds on the upper dial are surrounded by a size dégradé of brilliant cut diamonds offering a subtle crescent shape throughout the case. Standing on its own, the dial with black hands is divided with a piece of mother of pearl highlighing the 3-4-5 and 6 hour markers.
To celebrate the 15th anniversary of this amazing magazine, we take a look back over the hit list of the 15 most exquisite feminine and jewellery timepieces imagined over these last 15 years.
Even if Louis Vuitton releases five new references a day all categories combined, it took 18 years after the first launch of the Tambour watch collection to unveil an exceptional timepiece worthy of the greatest watchmakers.
This 4th edition of Dubai Watch Week was made possible thanks to the initiative of the Seddiqi family, influential Dubai-based retailer and distributor. This year the show took on a new four-day format during which collectors, brands and journalists could…