Seagull 18k Gold Dragon Cloisonné Enamel Dial Tourbillon Watch

SKU: 218.98.7024G
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Type: Manual-wind
Model: ST8230
Jewels: 21

Self-winding mechanical movement beating at 21600 vibrations per hour, with a power reserve up to 55 hours.


Soaring Dragon in the Vast Sky, Majestic Momentum.

The cloisonné enamel dial, with its mysterious and noble allure, features bright colors that remain vibrant over time. The "Cloisonné Enamel" technique is highly praised for its intricate and elaborate process. The final products are typically renowned for their rich colors and intricate patterns.

The intricate dragon ascending through swirling clouds design captures a scene of power and nobility. The legendary dragon, symbol of auspicious power and good fortune, effortlessly emerges from misty clouds. Its serpentine body winds dynamically upwards, rendered in flawless detail. Every scale on its body is intricately defined, its mane flows smoothly, and its claws grasp authoritatively.

The clouds swirl subtly, seeming to part gently for the majestic creature. The scene conveys a sense of the dragon's command over the skies and its ability to transcend to the heavenly realms. Yet there is also a feeling of calm control rather than chaotic storm. Overall, the pattern elegantly expresses the dragon's strength, dignity and heavenly blessing.

The watch case is made of 316L stainless steel offers robust corrosion resistance, with an even higher luster after polishing. With an 18K gold bezel, showcasing a delicate and lustrous finish. Through the transparent caseback, the mechanical movement is in unobstructed view. The exquisite alligator leather strap is soft, breathable and pleasant to wear.

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