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Pomellato 67 Unveils First Timepiece

The Milan-based jewelry company’s silver division introduced its first jewel watch on Thursday.

TIME TRAVEL: Pomellato 67, the Milan-based jewelry company’s silver division launched in 2012, unveiled its first jewel watch on Thursday. The timepiece shows an oval face, available in three colors — white and gray with a mother-of-pearl finishing and dark gray — while the watch bracelet consists of Pomellato’s signature Gourmette silver chain. In addition, the silver closure reproduces the traditional buckle of leather watchbands to perfectly fit the wrist. The watch, which features a Swiss quartz movement manufactured by Locman, retails at 1,850 euros, or $2,547 at current exchange rate. A version with diamonds is available at 2,200 euros, or $3,028. The new Pomellato 67 watch will be sold in Europe and Asia from June, and in the U.S. from fall.

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