Bvlgari Octo Finissimo Automatic Harrods Exclusive

 

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Last year Bvlgari’s Octo Finissimo Automatic was the toast of the town – that town being Basel – for its record-breaking movement, and this year the Italian jeweller-come-watchmaker doubled down on their revolutionary creation. Alongside the ‘standard’ steel version they added titanium, rhodium and rose gold versions. They also added a sneaky little limited edition too – in green.

Green matches perfectly with our history. As a Roman jeweller, we’ve always worked with precious stones and more specifically with emeralds. This watch is the perfect example of sobriety and Italian elegance.

Fabrizio Buonamassa, director of Bvlgari Watches Design Centre

A special limited edition model of 10 of Bvlgari’s award-winning Octo Finissimo Automatic – one of the world’s slimmest self-winding watches, at 5.15mm – has a unique green dial. The stunning dial is bordered by signature Harrods’ signature colour.

 

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At the same time – and far more subtly – the index fonts have been reworked to imitate the department store’s own. It also comes with an elegant alligator strap. I won’t bother saying what colour it is. Limited to just 10 pieces, it’s a cool take on a ground-breaking watch, whether you’re a Harrods shopper or not.

 

 

 

 

Auteur: amr63

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