The brand is Charles Oudin, and they are based in Paris (no surprise there). Watches like this aren't about high-horology, but jewelry with a sober tone only make decadent by the amount of precious material. I enjoy the lack of pretentiousness in the design and presentation. The case is in 18k white gold, and I am not sure of the precise size. The dial is easy to read if you don't need indicators as the dark hands contrast well with the diamond face. There is an option to have a Swiss ETA quartz or Swiss Frederic Piguet automatic movement - nice that you have a choice. In addition to this pictured version with ruby leaves and flowers, you can order one with sapphire ones. Price is 150,000 euros.
Ariel Adams publishes the luxury wrist watch reviews site aBlogtoRead.com.
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