In the classical Cellini collection, Rolex is introducing four new gem-set versions of its Cellini Time. Offered in 18 carat white or Everose gold in a 39 mm case, these models feature a single or double diamond-set bezel. The double bezel combines a row of diamonds with the emblematic Rolex fluting, and the black lacquer dial is accentuated by 11 diamonds at the tip of the hour markers. The versions with the single diamond-set bezel feature new pink or rhodium dials with a sunray finish and elongated applique hour markers.
Hours, minutes and seconds form the essence of time. The Cellini Time captures the present as if nothing else were important; nothing but the magic of the moment. It is a witness to life’s most precious occasions. The Cellini Time is offered this year in four new versions with a touch of eternity – their bezels resplendent with diamonds, like some of the dials.
Reinterpreting with elegant modernity the timeless codes of classic watchmaking, the applique hour markers are divided by a minute track that has been moved towards the centre of the dial, closer to the tips of the hands. Faceted and shaped like two-edged swords, the hands count off each second, each minute and each hour with the full precision of the self-winding chronometer movement at the heart of these prestigious timepieces.
The new gem-set Cellini Time models are offered in 18 carat white or Everose gold with a 39 mm case and a single or double bezel set with diamonds. The double bezel combines a row of 96 diamonds with the fluting emblematic of Rolex watches. Its black lacquer dial is accentuated by 11 diamonds at the tip of the hour markers.
The versions with a single bezel set with 62 diamonds feature new pink or rhodium dials with a sunray finish and elongated applique hour markers. The new gem-set Cellini Time is fitted on a remborded and stitched alligator leather strap in semi-matt black with an 18 ct gold buckle matching the gold of the case.