Christopher Ward Belisama Diamond

British watch brand Christopher Ward unveils a new diamond version from its Belisama Collection for women. The original Belisama range, introduced in August 2012, was Christopher Ward’s first ever range of automatic watches in its women’s collection. Christopher Ward has delivered a subtly advanced new design for its Belisama range of women’s watches, offering a simpler, more classical look to the galvanic silver while retaining the same beating heart of the remarkable ETA 2671-2 automatic movement.

Many aspects of the original Belisama design are retained in a new adaptation of the watch that pays subtle homage to the iconic Cartier ‘Tank’, as well as to the Celtic goddess who inspired the name for the range.   The Belisama is a clever blend of simplicity and sophistication.  The clear, uncluttered dial is purely classical and Christopher Ward have introduced raised nickel indices surrounding an Art Deco inner track, which are both offset against a stunning sun-ray effect galvanic dial.

In this diamond version of the Belisama 30 Top Wesselton diamonds sit majestically on the outer bezel of the case giving  a truly deluxe feel that only top quality diamonds can provide.  The crown with its inset blue cabouchon stone adds a touch of vibrant character. The beautiful yet powerful automatic movement can be admired through the crystal back of the case. The Belisama is offered with a choice of leather strap (black or white) or stainless steel.

Technical details
Prices: From £575/$790
Swiss made
Calibre: ETA 2671-2 automatic
Self-winding automatic movement
38 hour power reserve
Hand-finished stainless steel case inset with 30 Top Wesselton VVS1 diamonds
Size: 36.0mm x 25.4mm & Height: 9.9mm
Water resistance: 5 ATM/50 metres
Crown with inset blue cabouchon stone
Anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Galvanic sun-ray dial
Transparent crystal case-back
Unique engraved serial number
Stainless steel bracelet with deployment clasp
Beautiful presentation case and owner’s handbook

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