History of TUDOR Clair de Rose watches
The TUDOR Clair de Rose first went on sale in 2013. The initial designs displayed a number of instantly charming design characteristics, such as the rose seconds indicator replacing a traditional seconds hand.
The watch collection was revisited in 2017, with today’s timepieces showcasing a much more refined design that carries on the elegant and feminine legacy of the original watch, as well as the renowned TUDOR brand. The unique Clair de Rose design borrows freely from many of the collections that have come before it, such as the Princess, Glamour, Royal and Miss TUDOR lines.
Combined, the final result is a watch that upholds the very high standards and traditions of the brand, and provides modern day wearers with a timepiece that not only looks the part, but also performs just as well.
Features of TUDOR Clair de Rose watches
Today’s refined collection of Clair de Rose watches are fitted with a number of unique and distinctively beautiful features.
These features include:
- Blue lacquered roman numeral hour markers
- Self-winding movement
- Date window
- Blue spinel cabochon winding crown
- Stainless steel case
- Waterproof to a depth of 100m
- Steel bracelet with small ‘rice grain’ links
TUDOR Clair de Rose ladies watch
The TUDOR Clair de Rose watch collection for ladies features models that are delicate yet bold. There are a number of variations on offer within the collection, including a choice of three case sizes - 26mm, 30mm and 34mm - and the option of diamond hour markers, rather than the standard blue lacquered roman numerals.
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