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The Graff Diamond MasterGraff Structural Tourbillon Skeleton

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Diamond MasterGraff Structural Tourbillon Skeleton

The name Graff is a girl’s best friend, as are the incredible diamonds this company is well-known for. Graff Luxury Watches are all about ‘Haute Horology’ though, featuring a luxurious combination of fine watchmaking and diamonds, with an impressive example being the Diamond MasterGraff Structural Tourbillon Skeleton, part of the company’s new men’s collections.

From a pure aesthetic point of view, this timepiece is striking, to say the least; it features an ‘Invisible Structural Setting’, a stone-setting technique patented by Graff. The new MasterGraff boasts a special hexagon shaped diamond, flanked by two pieces of trillion diamonds on either side, as well as a framework in 18-karat rose gold reminding everyone of a perfectly cut diamond. I guess it should not come as a surprise that Graff’s vision is taking things to a completely different level.

Diamond MasterGraff Structural Tourbillon Skeleton

Besides the sparkling diamonds, which will obviously get any girl’s attention, the skeletonized tourbillon function is what makes this watch even more desirable. A 46 mm case had to be used to fit 423 specially-cut diamonds, 20.52 carats each, and 13 emeralds with a distinct design featuring Graff’s Invisible Mosaic diamond setting.

It may sound like an over-kill, but a close look at the finished product will surely leave you in awe. A sapphire caseback shows the brand new exclusive skeletonized tourbillon-driven hand-would movement, the Graff Calibre 6, which features 60 hours of Power Reserve.

Please note that the rose gold case is joined by a brown alligator strap, while the white gold version was paired with a black colour strap in alligator leather. Any thoughts?

Diamond MasterGraff Structural Tourbillon Skeleton


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