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NEW LUXURY ROLEX WATCHES
Rolex extends its catalog of luxury watches with new editions jewel Oyster Perpetual Datejust Pearlmaster 34…
The new versions are presented in 18 carat yellow gold, white gold and Everose, which combine the art of watchmaking at the appealing charm of gold and diamonds more untainted and sparkling. The dial of 34 mm of new luxury watches Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust Pearlmaster is utterly covered with a pavé of diamonds. The hour is also sublimated by sparkling bezel set with baguette-cut pink sapphires in 18ct yellow gold version or in the version with blue sapphires in 18ct white gold.
The gold edition Everose – an alloy of gold rose absolutely created and produced by Rolex in its own foundry, is distinguished by its bezel which exhibits an extraordinary job of embedding, with brilliant-cut diamonds on a delicate gold rim 18ct white, which revives the intensity of the gloss. The three versions are matched to bracelets with diamonds.
Only the highest quality stones are worthy of being embedded in a Rolex watch. The purest diamonds and sapphires are selected according to the highest standards and embedded in a workmanlike manner to ensure maximum brilliance of the stones. For this, Rolex has its own gemology lab where experts of the brand, supported by the most technologically advanced equipment, check that the quality of the precious stones meets the highest standards.
Only 1% of world diamond production meets the needs of quality Rolex. Subsequently, the stones are entrusted to the masters setters of the fashion house, which with their art sublimate the natural beauty of the jewelry. Rolex also has its own foundry and uses the purest raw materials to merge their alloys: 18ct yellow gold, white or everose.
With a 34mm Oyster case and a mechanical movement this exquisite timepiece has a dial with 455 diamonds pave set and bezel set with rubies, sapphires or diamonds. It has inherited the 2236 calibre fitted with the new silicon Syloxi spring. With 4 patents exclusive to Rolex and a fifth for the material itself shared with Patek Philippe and Swatch Group, this spring has a very unique shape: the coils aren’t all the same thickness and the fittings on both sides have been completely redesigned. Like all movements Perpetual Rolex, the 2236 is a Swiss chronometer certificate, a title reserved for high-precision watches that have successfully passed the tests of the COSC (Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronometer). The Pearlmaster bracelet, shaped and deliciously mesh in solid 18ct gold, gives the watch even more presence and comfort on the wrist.
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