Rolex lady Oyster Perpetual Datejust Pearlmaster 34 are a riot of colors

In its latest tribute to the art of watchmaking jewelry, Rolex is introducing three new gem-set versions of the Oyster Perpetual Datejust Pearlmaster 34. Combining the captivating charms of gold and the scintillating diamonds, the Oyster Perpetual Datejust Pearlmaster 34 is available in 18 ct yellow, white and Everose gold with its dials entirely paved with 455 rare diamonds that glitter as if they were made of pure light.

The nobility of the time display is enhanced by the bezel adorned with baguette-cut pink sapphires on the 18 ct yellow gold version, or with baguette-cut blue sapphires on the 18 ct white gold version.

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The version in 18 ct Everose gold, an excusive pink gold alloy distinguished by a splendid bezel with brilliant cut diamonds set in 18 ct white gold to accentuate their splendor. Rolex has its own foundry where it creates its own gold alloys from the purest raw materials. From casting the gold to shaping and polishing it, the entire process is conducted with extreme care in the brand’s workshops in order to guarantee the Rolex standards of quality.

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Only gems of the highest quality are deemed worthy to be set on a Rolex watch. The purest diamonds and sapphires are selected. Rolex has its own gemmology laboratory in which experienced specialists backed by state-of-the-art equipment control the quality of precious stones according to the most exacting standards; barely one per cent of worldwide diamond production meets the Rolex quality criteria. The stones are then entrusted to the in-house master gem-setters, experts in the art of exalting their natural luster.

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Each timepiece comes with a state of the art caliber 2236 movement featuring the new Syloxi hairspring technology, which will increase the power reserve to about 55 hours.