It is believed that green hues are essentially soothing. However, as soon as leading jewelry and watch brands put their hand to it, the glow of emeralds excites the imagination of even a person who is indifferent to the colors.
Visual splendor of mosaics on both the dial and the bridges created by lacquer artist Kitamura Tatsuo, especially for a unique timepiece of the Kari Voutilainen manufacture, is not inferior to the green glow of genuine emeralds. The movement is manual wind Voutilainen caliber 28-80 equipped with a direct impulse double escapement wheel system, and all its moving parts are made of rose gold.
CARTIER REF. HPI01110
Rather an amazing bracelet than a traditional watch with manual winding, this unique piece (exceptional creation) from the High Jewelry line is encrusted with 32 large Zambian emeralds totaling over 38 carats and 668 diamonds. White gold was used as a material for the case and dial.
VAN CLEEF & ARPELS LADY ARPELS PEAU D’ÂNE FORÊT ENCHANTÉE
A real pastoral miniature based on Charles Perrault’s “Donkeyskin” tale. The dial, most laborious in execution, was finished using several decorative techniques and encrusted with emeralds, tsavorites, sapphires, and diamonds. Automatic self-wound movement features a power reserve of 40 hours.
ROLEX SUBMARINER REF. 116649-74789
Perhaps the most versatile luxury watches in the world appear in the jewelry line. 36 emeralds are resting on the bezel, while 8 more are playing the role of indices on the dial. White gold and numerous diamonds are tasked to finalize the unexpected transformation of the rigorous diver with a reliable automatic mechanism.