Reine de Naples

    The Reine de Naples wristwatch in 18-karat yellow gold has a bezel, dial rim, and ball-lug set with 139 diamonds totaling approx 1.32 carats. The crown is set with a briolette-cut diamond. Also featured: a sapphire crystal case back, natural white mother-of-pearl dial, off-centered chapter ring with Roman numerals, self-winding mechanical movement, and oscillating weight in 950 platinum hand-engraved on a rose engine.

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