Seagull Heart Ocean Woman Watch 32mm

SKU: 319.16.1132L-RD
Sale price$469.00
Color: Rosy Sky
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Movement

Type: Automatic
Model: ST2130
Jewels: 28

Description:
Self-winding mechanical movement beating at 28800 vibrations per hour, with a power reserve up to 39 hours.

Description

Stars and Moons Fill the Sky, Dazzling Like a Dream.

A crescent moon adorned with countless stars. Placing the celestial scene of stars and moons on the wrist, as one lowers their gaze, they feel the presence of countless constellations. Each mother-of-pearl dial, subtly sparkling with pearls, has endured the passage of time, displaying remarkable resistance to oxidation, forever radiant.

Brilliant zircon stones encircle the bezel, shimmering with a gentle glow. The jewelry-grade four-claw setting craftsmanship ensures greater durability, resisting easy detachment. Through the transparent caseback, the mechanical movement is in unobstructed view. 316L stainless steel offers robust corrosion resistance, with an even higher luster after polishing.

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