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Wednesday, December 16, 2009


Mo Eden's 'The Digit Watch'

Who ever thought that we at WatchUseek would be mentioning a ring instead of a wristwatch? Only if the ring contains a watch. Mechnical, of course! Mo Eden started his career as a Bespoke Jeweller for clients all over the world, specialising in the procurement of rare unusual stones & the production of outstanding pieces.

Besides pure jewellery, Mo Eden also created 'The Digit Watch'. A diamond ring with a time piece inside, using mechanical movements from world's famous watch manufacturers such as Rolex SA, Blancpain and Breitling.

One of the essential requirements for Mo, when creating this ring, was to use a truly fantastic mechanical movement. Being a big Rolex fan, Mo started out using (vintage) caliber 1800 movement by Rolex. Caliber 1800 is a very small size movement, with a 48 hours power reserve and constructed using 17 jewels.

Besides this particular Rolex movement, Mo Eden is also able to use a Blancpain caliber R335 movement or a vintage Breitling movement. It is all about the wishes of the client, which movement to use and what optical characteristics would meet their desire(s).

The crystal used for the Digit Watch is a cabochon Aquamarine, instead of the 'usual' sapphire or mineral crystals. The ring is studded with 142 brilliant cut diamonds.

For more information, please contact Mo Eden via www.digitwatch.com

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