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18K white gold
Rolex Precision Ref. 2192
Even within the all-too familiar world of Rolex, you can stumble upon unexpected and highly attractive gems. This is such a case!
Cocktail watches such as this were never made for daily wearing. They are intended to be the icing on the cake when dressing up for a special occasion. And this one is rather perfectly suited for the job!
This is an 18k white gold example from Rolex, 15 mm but if you take a closer look you will see amazing details. Like the shape of the hands and the applique. The bezel is so sharp fluted, a sunflower for the wrist.
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Rolex is the absolute king of everyday watches. If it is haute horlogerie or the pinnacle of artistry in finishing techniques you are after, look elsewhere. But for pure everyday function, ruggedness and refinement, Rolex wears the crown.
The brand was founded by Alfred Davis and Hans Wilsdorf in London in 1905. In 1908, the name “Rolex” was registered. The brand would put a host of firsts and records to its name in the decades that followed. From the first chronometer rated wristwatch in 1910 to the first wristwatch with a water resistance of 100 meters in 1953.
A range of waterproofing measures, among which a screw-down-crown, resulted in the famous Oyster case. Up to this day it is the basic platform on which the vast majority of Rolex watches is built. Model names often feature both the Oyster (water resistance) and Perpetual (self-winding movement) terminology, followed by a specific model designation such as Datejust or Submariner.
Both modern and vintage Rolex watches are highly sought-after. They are broadly appreciated for their timeless designs, functional toughness, reliability, brand recognition and value retention.
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