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Watches October, 29 2013

Romain Jerome “Dia de los Muertos Diamante” Watches

Honoring one of the most important Mexican holidays, Romain Jerome launched the “Dia de los Muertos” collection in 2012. This year the watchmaker created five all-new “Die de los Muertos Diamante” designs limited to only 25 per piece.

Introducing a spiral setting on the bezel echoing the scrolling motifs adorning the skull on the 46mm dial, these models are available with either brilliant-cut diamonds or black sapphires; 108 stones have been used to create this decorative pattern, respectively totaling around 0.57 cts and 0.71 cts.

The lineup is rounded out with two more renditions. The first with a skull set with 374 black spinels for 0.62 cts and the second reproducing the set skull and adding an entirely diamond-pavé dial of 469 stones totaling around 0.57 cts. The third model features the brand’s iconic claws and emblematic X set with 232 diamonds of approximately 0.54 cts.

The watches will be available starting November 2, priced between $21,450 and $42,950.

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