Colvmbvs watch 36mm

CO36QS.361.002

This beautifully elegant nautical-inspired collection is a tribute to the explorer Christopher Columbus, who reminds us of CHARRIOL’s values of discovery and entrepreneurship. CHARRIOL has long been inspired by Columbus’ travels, and his daring escapades and prowess provides an unending source o...
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Expected delivery from Friday 22 February 2019

Le tarif indiqué inclut les taxes et frais de douane pour une livraison dans le pays suivant : SWITZERLAND

Conquer new horizons in this luxe watch from Charriol, with a silver-tone dial embellished with 12 shimmering diamonds.

Description

A classic and stylish timepiece, inspired by the adventurer Christopher Columbus and ideal for everyday accessorising. Made in Switzerland, the watch features a silver dial decorated with 12 round white diamonds, a Quartz movement and a black calfskin leather strap embossed with a crocodile pattern. Subtle nautical details include the case’s scalloped edge to represent the points of a compass rose and the crown, which mimics the ‘clevis’, a motif borrowed from sailboat rigging. Flawlessly feminine, this watch showcases Charriol craftsmanship and style at its best.

Features

GenderWomen
CategoryWatches
CollectionColvmbvs
MovementQuartz
StrapLeather
DialSilver
StoneDiamond
GlassSapphire scratch-resistant
Case
ShapeRound
Case sizeM (30 - 40mm)
Case colorSteel
Water resistance50m or 5 ATM

with stylish or stacked

The perfect accessory alongside a stylish bracelet or stacked bangles.

Warranty

French creative design coupled with Swiss precision and backed up by stringent quality control at every stage of its manufacture, make this timepiece a truly exceptional product.

Each genuine CHARRIOL watch has its serial and product model numbers engraved on the back of the case.

Your CHARRIOL watch is guaranteed under normal usage against all defects in workmanship and materials for a period of 2 years from the date of purchase.