Calatrava Travel Time

    This timepiece, featuring a movement that simultaneously displays the time in two time zones, expands the manufacture’s collection of complicated ladies’ watches. Housed in an 18-karat white- or rose-gold case enhanced by a mother-of-pearl dial, the Calatrava Travel Time is worn on an alligator strap.

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