$ 431.25 $ 575.00
This ladies' Seiko dress watch SUP327 is a stunning showstopper that pays homage to Misty Copeland, the first African-American principle dancer to be featured in the American Ballet Theater's 75 year history. This elegant wrist watch is limited to 2000 pieces and is signed and numbered on the back of the stainless steel case-back. The stunning oval dial is mother of pearl with diamond hour markers and a tiara crown pattern accent. The two-tone polished stainless steel bezel is diamond encrusted with a gold tone crown. The low maintenance, in-house, Seiko quartz movement is solar powered for long, low maintenance life. The two-tone 5-link bracelet is fitted with a dual ribbon gold-tone center link strip and secured with a bi-fold deployant clasp to stay secure. The Tressia Collection by Seiko brilliantly combines the power of light and diamonds in beautiful unison for a striking appeal on any ladies wrist.
As an AUTHORIZED DEALER, we are proud to offer this watch with a full 3 year Factory Warranty.
|Model #||SUP327 LE|
|Case Diameter||24.8 x 20.5mm|
|Crown||Gold-tone stainless steel crown|
|Crystal||Curved Hardlex crystal|
|Bracelet/Strap||Stainless steel 5 link bracelet with two-tone dual ribbon gold colored center links|
|Buckle/Clasp||Stainless steel push button tri-fold clasp signed Seiko|
|Water Resistance||100 feet|
|Warranty||3 year Factory Warranty in USA (1 year international)|
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