The Most Beautiful Rolex Dress Watch of 2016

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Everose Gold Rolex Cellini Dual Time (photo: Rolex)
While most of the buzz about Baselworld 2017 is centered around possible new releases in their Oyster Professional collection, I find that one of their most overlooked releases from 2016 is the Everose gold Cellini Date (Reference# 50525). The Cellini line in unique in that it doesn't use the Oyster case that we have come to expect from a Rolex. However, its round case and simple, symmetrical dial makes it one of the most beautiful dress watches to come from the watchmaker in 2016.

The Cellini Date shown in the photo features a brown guilloche dial that complements the pink tint of its 39 millimeter Everose gold case. The colors are perfectly matched, adding to the harmony of its aesthetic. The second time zone is displayed through an elegant sub dial at 6 o'clock that also displays a day/night indicator. The double bezel is both domed and fluted and the winding crown is flared with the Rolex emblem engraved on it. To tie in the warm color scheme, a brown alligator leather strap completes the configuration, with an 18 ct gold Everose buckle.

A COSC certified self-winding mechanical movement made in-house by Rolex gives this timepiece a power reserve of approximately 48 hours. With a precision of -2/+2 seconds per day, the Cellini Date is as reliable as it is attractive. The combination of Everose gold and a brown dial can be seen on other Rolex model configurations, like the Day-Date. However, the classic sophistication of the Cellini places it in a category of its own. To check out all of the available configurations for the 2016 Cellini collection, visit


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