Glashütte is back with two new versions of their triumphant “Lady Serenade” model line. Now women can choose between the classical subtle beauties already confirmed in this timepiece; or opt for a blinged version to attract more of the limelight.


Not everyone is a fan out of iced out watches and jewelry, but many are attracted by shinny pieces. Each of these timepieces includes 52 diamonds encrusted on their bezel, plus the rose gold edition has an extra diamond attached to its crown. That’s enough sparkles for most people’s contentment. And the overall design of this watch actually manages to pull off an elegant, modest look, while still carrying so many precious stones.


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The 36mm case for this timepiece can be had in either 18k rose gold or stainless-steel. One of the main differences between these versions is their crown. Both are adorned with an elegant cabochon; but it’s made of onyx for the stainless-steel model; and out of a brilliant-cut diamond for the 18k rose gold model. These models can also be acquired with brilliant diamonds beset in their bezel, as before mentioned.


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Its transparent caseback allows to view the inner workings of the mechanical movement; with a fine stripe finish on the typical three-quarter plate and the skeletonized rotor. There is also a 21k gold oscillating weight, beveled edges and the swan-neck fine adjustment. A useful second-stop function guarantees that if the crown is pulled out the seconds hand comes to a full stop, which allows to set time with greater precision. Further characteristics of the Glashutte art of watchmaking can also be seen via its case back. A swan-neck fine adjustment, which enables precise regulation of the rate and whose curved lines do more justice to this watch’s intended audience. After all a watch is expected to tell time accurately, but the style and elegance of each piece has to find its intended audience.


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Time is exhibited on a black dial embellished by a sunburst finish and coated in a galvanic bath. There are Roman numerals for the 3, 9 and 12 positions; while the rest are hour index markers; and the material they are carved out of matches each respective case option. The hour and minute hands are also made to match each case material, except the stainless-steel model that has hands made of white gold.


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Then the second hands was given a differentiated and unique end with a counterweight in the shape of an eight; which is actually intended to symbolize the mark of infinity. A date aperture can also be seen at the six o’clock position.


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Glashütte Lady Serenade

This “Glashütte Lady Serenade” (Ref#: References Below) is powered by a self-winding mechanical movement, caliber 39-22 with 25 jewels and 28,800 vph.


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Power reserve on this timepiece can last up to 40 hours, when fully wound. Mounted to the watch is a black Louisiana alligator strap.


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“Glashütte Lady Serenade” – 18k Rose Gold (Ref#: 1-39-22-18-11-04)


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“Glashütte Lady Serenade” – Stainless Steel (Ref#: 1-39-22-20-22-04)

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Written by Mauro Az