Filed under: Timepieces / Watches
I really like the style of lugs as twisting cylinders - this allows the strap to fit over most any wrist. A sapphire crystal sits on the face and caseback of the watch, with a view into the skeletonized rotor on the automatic Swiss movement. 62 Wesselton diamonds (1.14 carats total) sit on the bezel which goes to the "joaillerie" (jewelry) portion of the watch name. This also hints to the price of the watch, which is likely to be high, thought it may be merited given the high quality and impressive details.
Functionally the watch has an attractive and straight forward dial with applied hour numerals and lume tipped hands. The tri-compax chronograph subdial layout is easy to read and I appreciate the centrally mounted big date complication. While the design is not wholly unique it is a nice rendition of a functional luxury watch.
Ariel Adams publishes the luxury watch review site aBlogtoRead.com.