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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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