When it comes to luxury watches, nothing embodies elegance and reliability more than a Rolex watch. Designed for daily wear, Rolex timepieces are reliable, durable, and capable of withstand a range of activities. Known for their timeless aesthetics, the Cellini Moonphase is no exception. The watch’s exclusive moonphase and lunar cycle display evoke the classic, traditional elegance of traditional timepieces.
A Rolex Cellini is an elegant dress watch with a large, 40mm case and an oval dial. The Cellini is a celebrated timepiece in the Rolex collection that was named after an Italian Renaissance artist. The name represents the timeless elegance of traditional timepieces, and the high standards of the Cellini collection are a testament to that. This watch respects the codes and traditions of Swiss horology.
A white dial Rolex Cellini is a classic example of a luxury timepiece. Though it hasn’t achieved the fame and popularity of other Rolex models, the Cellini still captures attention with its unique design and respect for watchmaking codes. This enchanting timepiece is priced at $15,200. Find out more about these timepieces at Luxury watches USA. We hope you enjoy browsing through our extensive catalog of timepieces.
A double bezel on the Cellini allows the watch to display the moonphase with accuracy. A silver ring represents the full moon, while a meteorite applique symbolizes the new moon. The watch’s 12-oclock subdial features an indicator for the moonphase that rotates throughout the lunar cycle. A self-winding mechanical movement drives the Cellini, and the watch features a patented moonphase module that keeps the moonphase accurate for 122 years. The elegance of the Cellini makes it a great addition to any distinguished collector’s collection, and it is a subtle nod to classic watch designs.
The Cellini’s Moonphase complication is not your typical horological complication. It is different, but also feels like a Rolex, especially when compared historically. It is quite unique, and is the ultimate collector’s item. However, the Cellini Moonphase is not the only horological complication you should look for when purchasing a new watch.
The left-handed orientation of the Rolex Cellini is a unique feature. As the name suggests, the watch was named after Italian polymath Benvenuto Cellini, a goldsmith and sculptor who worked during the Italian Renaissance in Florence. His designs were known for their exquisite craftsmanship and beauty. In addition to the distinctive look and feel of the Cellini, its left-handed style is also a unique selling point.
A distinctly modern look, the Rolex Cellini features a COSC certified, automatic self-winding movement that includes a magnetic blue Parachrom hairspring. It also features a Bidirectional self-winding mechanism via a Perpetual rotor. The watch features an 18K rose gold double fluted and diamond bezel. The scratch-resistant sapphire crystal protects the dial. A black dial features diamond hour markers and a raised polished rose gold baton.