Christopher Ward has just announced the Twelve Halo, an upgraded version of their iconic Twelve watch. The Halo features a halo of rose gold around the crystal, giving it a bit more pizazz than the standard Twelve.
The 36mm watch runs a Sellita SW200-1 self-winding movement and has a “multi-angled, fully polished 18-carat, rose gold bezel.” The brushed dial looks like delicate paper.
The Christopher Ward watch, which is shipping in December, is priced at a heady $2,325.00
From the release:
The Twelve Halo. An exquisite, opulent take on The Twelve. With a multi-angled, fully polished 18-carat, rose gold bezel that gives the watch its name. And a brushed dial stripped of indexes, seconds hand and date window, so only the handset and applied logo remain. At 36mm, the case sits happily on the wrists of both men and women, while the Sellita SW200-1 self-winding movement provides accuracy and durability. Available on The Twelve’s integrated bracelet or solid rubber strap.
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