A. Lange & Sohne presents diamond studded Tourbograph Pour le Merite watch for $1.75 million


Many watchmakers use diamonds and other precious stones to enhance the beauty of their timepieces. The added sparkle works wonders if you ask me. Using this mantra is A. Lange & Sohne, who have collaborated with Paris-based jewelry store Dubail to create an exquisite diamond-studded version of the limited edition Tourbograph Pour le Merite watch. The luxury timepiece bedazzles you with its all-white gold case and bracelet encrusted with stunning clear white diamonds weighing over 40ct. The handmade timepiece is luxury at its best. The stunning watch boasts of a Caliber L903.0 movement, which is manually wound and has a tourbillon, split-seconds chronograph, and a power reserve indicator. The movement has 600 tiny pieces in it. This exquisite timepiece drenched in diamonds is valued at $1.75 million!

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The watch will be in Dubail at the Place Vendome in Paris, and since Dubail commissioned this watch from A. Lange & Sohne, there may be already a buyer for it.
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