Such a Star

Plaza Watch International - - Display Case -

Zenith has ex­panded their Star 33mm col­lec­tion with three glit­ter­ing new ad­di­tions for 2014 re­lease. In com­par­i­son to their pre­de­ces­sors, Zenith’s lat­est time­pieces are re­mark­ably sim­ple by de­sign, yet their clean and de­light­fully stripped back ap­pear­ance add time­less el­e­gance. The three mod­els are brought to the col­lec­tion to of­fer va­ri­ety and we see there is a de­sign for the day­time, an evening watch, and also a gala watch – each model in­cor­po­rates VVS di­a­monds.

The gala style watch reigns supremely as it shines with a stag­ger­ing 765 di­a­monds to­talling 4.49 carats. They adorn the case, bezel, dial and pin buckle and there is sim­ply no room for any­thing else but spec­tac­u­lar fi­nesse and glam­our on this model. On the day­time and evening watch we see a more sober af­fair as the di­a­monds are reigned in for a more sub­tle and un­der­stated ap­peal. The for­mer has a dewy mother-of-pearl dial set with 12 bril­liant cut-hour-mark­ers that in­di­cate the hour, whilst the in­ner bezel in also lined with 72 VVS di­a­monds. The evening watch, is vamped up a lit­tle more as it shines a lit­tle brighter with an en­tire bezel set with 104 bril­liant-cut VVS di­a­monds as well as the buckle dis­play­ing equal beauty with a fur­ther 42 di­a­monds ap­prox­i­mat­ing 0.28 carats. All three mod­els run off an Elite 681 au­to­matic move­ment with a drum­ming fre­quency of 28,800vph and posses a min­i­mum 50-hour power re­serve. Fi­nally, in ad­di­tion to the stamp of the Cótes de Gen­eve mo­tif sig­ni­fy­ing high qual­ity on the os­cil­lat­ing weight, th­ese ul­tra fem­i­nine, se­duc­tively beau­ti­ful new Star 33mm ad­di­tions have enough sub­tlety and ex­trav­a­gance to suit any oc­ca­sions.

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