Lady maestro Phase de Lune – Sep 24, 2013– Bern, Switzerland (Techreleased) – In 2013, the Lady maestro Phase de Lune is raising eyebrows. For the first time, the Swiss watchmaker is offering ladies a watch with complications. And what more feminine than a moon phase? The Lady maestro Phase de Lune now completes RAYMOND WEIL’s principal collection and displays the passage of time by means of its night star.
The moon truly symbolizes the feminine. The Geneva Company has always been keen to honor women and, to demonstrate this, has introduced a ladies’ moon phase. From the aesthetic point of view, as member of the maestro collection, this latest addition to the RAYMOND WEIL range enjoys the Brand’s patented system of pushers integrated in the case. These adjust the date at 4 o’clock and the moon’s position at 8 o’clock.
Equipped with a 36mm polished steel case, set with 68 diamonds, the Lady maestro Phase de Lune exhibits blue hours on a white mother-of-pearl dial. In its center, a sunray guilloché decor makes room for the moon phase at 6 o’clock. The hours, minutes and seconds hands are also blue and feature the most classic of watchmaking designs. A fourth hand indicates the date, tracing a lunar arc. Finally the varnished, royal blue, alligator strap matches the stone in the crown at 3 o’clock.
Harmony and complication go hand in hand, making this watchmaking piece the most brilliant star of the night.