Estate Sapphire & Diamond Oval Watch, 24mm

Piranesi of Aspen
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Estate Sapphire & Diamond Oval Watch, 24mm

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Estate oval 18K white gold case with white mother of pearl dial and diamond marker details

  • Black silk, leather, oval cut sapphire, and diamond-detailed strap
  • Total sapphire carat weight is 3.15
  • Total diamond carat weight is 1.02
  • Quartz movement
  • Buckle closure
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Measurements: Case measures 24mm wide, strap measures 13mm wide

Material: 18K white gold, mother of pearl, sapphire, diamond, leather, and silk

Brand: Piranesi of Aspen

Origin: Italy

In its first 75 years of existence, the Italian company Piranesi designed jewelry exclusively for queens and countesses. Now available to the general public, Piranesi jewelry has nevertheless retained a regal quality: Each unique piece is handmade by artisans and intricately set with precious stones that include the highest-quality diamonds, rubies and emeralds. Piranesi’s exclusive Aspen boutique features emerald and diamond heart earrings by Van Cleef & Arpels, diamond and ruby teardrop pendant necklaces, gold and diamond rings, and other estate jewelry pieces. Founded by successful jeweler Abraham Hajibay in 1845, Piranesi remains a family-owned enterprise; Sami Hajibay, Abraham's great-grandson, now helms the company. Among the label's many admirers past and present: the legendary actress Elizabeth Taylor, who collaborated on the Elizabeth by Piranesi Collection before her death in 2011.