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Raymond Weil

Ladies 57 Diamond Mother-of-Pearl Watch


Retail: R46,500
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The RAYMOND WEIL Brand brings together all the elements of excellence of the Swiss luxury watchmaking industry. Precision, quality, reliability, nobility and technical nature of the materials are many standards that the Geneva-based Brand combines to create its models. This know-how confers RAYMOND WEIL its watchmaking legitimacy.

Precision and attention to detail set the tone throughout the creation process. Inspiration is what is found on the basis of each work of art; precision is the indispensable condition required for achieving excellence.

Product Features
  • Movement: Quartz
  • Case Diameter: 32mm
  • Case Thickness: 8.63mm
  • Case Shape: Round
  • Case Material: Stainless Steel with diamonds
  • Number of diamonds: 57
  • Diamond carats: 0.3ct
  • Case Diamond type: Brilliant cut 32/24- VVS2 to VS1
  • Dial Diamond type: Single cut 8/8-SI2 to SI1
  • Glass Material: Scratch Resistant Sapphire Crystal
  • Dial Colour: White mother-of-pearl
  • Strap Material: Stainless steel
  • Strap Colour: Silver-tone
  • Includes an interchangeable black leather strap with traditional buckle
  • Second strap colour: Carbon black 
  • Water Resistance: 50m
  • Clasp Type: Folding clasp with a double-push security system
  • Made in Switzerland
  • Warranty: 2 Year
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