Raymond Weil Noemia Diamond Dot Mother of Pearl Dial Two Tone Womens Quartz Watch 32mm 5132-SP5-00985
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In 1976, in the middle of a watch industry crisis, Mr Raymond Weil founded his eponymous watch company. His creations were immediately praised by watch enthusiasts - amateurs and connoisseurs alike. Now, over 40 years after its creation RAYMOND WEIL is still a family-run business; under the leadership of Mr Weil's grandson the company continues to develop and consolidate its status among the leading names of the Swiss watch industry.
The combination of steel and rose gold plating on this Noemia is a delight to behold.
This exquisite model, which alternates its materials, reveals its great femininity with its subtly crafted mother-of-pearl dial. Lose yourself in the ever-changing reflections of the mother-of-pearl dial. Its finishing touch is a crown sheltered by a layer of midnight blue lacquer.
Desirable and innocent, you cannot help but notice this piece.
- Model Ref: 5132-SP5-00985
- Crystal: Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal
- Case: Stainless steel
- Bracelet: Stainless steel with rose gold PVD plating
- Dial: White mother-of-pearl, with Roman numerals and set with 10 diamonds
- Water resistance: 5 atm/50 metres/165 feet (splash resistant - accidental immersion only)
- Case size: 32mm diameter
- Movement: quartz
- Manufacturer's Warranty: Two Years
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