When it comes to luxury timepieces, the Rolex Cellini is one of the most sought-after models. Its range includes the Moonphase, the Dual Time, the Prince, the Time, and the Moonphase. However, these models aren’t the only types of Cellini watches. The Cellini Prince is a particularly rare model. Expert goldsmiths hand-crafted this timepiece from a single block of gold.
Rolex Cellini Time
The COSC certified automatic self-winding movement of the Rolex Cellini Time has a Parachrom hairspring that is magnetic blue. The Bidirectional rotor ensures accurate timekeeping. The case is made of 18K rose gold and features a double-fluted diamond bezel. The scratch-resistant sapphire crystal is also scratch-resistant. The dial features a black ring of polished rose gold and diamond hour markers.
Rolex Cellini Moonphase
The Rolex Cellini Moonphase is a watch that tells time. The dial features the time, the minutes, and the seconds, along with the moon phase. However, the wristwatch does not show the moon’s actual image. Instead, the wearer must visualize the moon by referring to the time on the dial and the moon phase displayed on the dial. The dial of the Rolex Cellini Moonphase is blue with rose gold-colored edges. The moon phase is centered at 6 o’clock, and the moon’s shape is presented by a meteorite applique. The date is displayed on an external track of the dial, while the moonphase tells the time for the next day.
Rolex Cellini Dual Time
The COSC-certified automatic self-winding movement in this Rolex Cellini Dual Time has a magnetic blue Parachrom hairspring and a Bidirectional Perpetual rotor. Its 18K rose gold, double fluted, and diamond bezel features a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. Its black dial features a raised polished rose gold baton and diamond hour markers. It’s the perfect watch for any woman who loves classic design.
Rolex Cellini Prince
This timepiece features a COSC-certified automatic self-winding movement with a magnetic blue Parachrom hairspring and bidirectional self-winding via a Perpetual rotor. The 18K rose gold double-fluted and diamond bezel and sapphire crystal are scratch-resistant and the black dial is adorned with a polished rose gold baton and diamond hour markers. The black bracelet with white gold lining is suitable for both men and women.
The Yacht-Master II is the second generation of the yachting timepiece. The design is bold and reminiscent of the solid gold Yacht-Master, which was introduced in 1992. Unlike the all-gold Daytona and Submariner, the Yacht-Master II has a solid 18k yellow gold case with a Cerachrom bezel. The new design is also more durable with precious metals used for exterior construction.