The Rolex Day-Date 40 in 18 ct yellow gold with a champagne colour dial, deconstructed Roman numerals and President bracelet. This model features an updated design and the new-generation Rolex movement: calibre
A Sherman IIA tank of 'The Queen's Bays' (2nd Dragoon Guards), 2nd Armoured Brigade, 1st Armoured Division crossing the River Rabbi at San Martino in Strada, Italy. November 9 1944. On the rear hull, behind the baggage and camouflage, the white '40' on a red square of the senior regiment. The system of Roman numerals and letters can also be seen on the tanks of the other regiments of this brigade.
A belle époque opal, enamel and diamond fob watch, by Tiffany & Co., circa 1905 The circular dial with Roman numerals to a gold and green enamel bezel, the reverse decorated with polychrome floral enamel detailing, overlaid by rose-cut diamonds and an oval cabochon opal, to a spectacle-set old brilliant-cut diamond chain, diamonds approx. 0.40ct total, dial signed Tiffany & Co., movement signed by Edouard Koehn, lengths: pendant 4.0cm, chain 45.4cm
I'm thinking of getting a coordinate tattoo once I've been to a place that tops Aruba. If nothing can top that, then I'll get the city's coordinates tattooed somewhere. I just need to think of placement
The new Rolex Day-Date 40 in 18 ct white gold with a silver dial with quadrant motif, deconstructed Roman numerals and President bracelet. This new model features an updated design and the new-generation Rolex movement: calibre 3255. #RolexOfficial #Baselworld