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September 09, 1989 - Image 104

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-09

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Exciting Brilliant Diamonds
The Finest Expression of Love


One, Two or Three Rows
of Diamonds
Set In Luxurious 18K Yellow Gold
Starting At 9725

Gem/Diamond Specialist
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Fine Jewelers
Established 1919

Phone 642-5575
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Thurs. 10-7
Sat. 10-3

Below is a list of some of the most
popular watches available today, in-
cluding a wide variety of styles and
price points.
HU BLOT: Hublot means "port hole,"
from which this French watch takes its
design. Their biggest seller is a steel or
steel-and-gold watch with a natural rub-
ber strap. Hublot's latest entry is a
chronograph done in rose-gold which
retails for $8500 All Hublot watches are
sporty yet elegant. They start at about
$1400 and can go as high as $50,000.
RAYMOND WEIL: The most popular
watch from Raymond Weil has an
18-karat gold-plated basket-weave
bracelet with a white Roman dial. Their
newest watch is called the "Posca." It
also has an 18-karat gold-plated bracelet
but this time with a gilt dial. It sells for
$695. The most expensive Well
timepiece has a black dial with two
rings of Swarovski lead crystal, for $995.
Their best buy is a classic strap watch
with a white Roman dial from the "Nine
to Five Collection," selling for $195.
EBEL: Depending on the gems and
how you have them set, an Ebel watch,
perhaps one with pave diamonds, can
go for well over $100,000. While
elegance is their signature, the newest
Ebel is the rugged, multi-functional
"Voyager." In stainless steel on a
sharkskin strap, it sells for $2200. Their
best seller is from the "1911" col-
lection —a man's hand-crafted bracelet
watch. In stainless steel, it costs $2100.
most exclusive watch in the world,"
Audemars Piguet's most popular style
is "The Royal Oak," available in steel-
and-gold, 18-karat gold, or rose-gold. At
$6250, it's an eight-sided bezel bracelet
watch. The newest AP is the Huitieme,
from the CEO collection. It's an
automatic, 18-karat gold strap watch
with a date and second hand. It costs
$7950. The most expensive AP
($155,000) is a bulky one with a dia-
mond dial, bezel and bracelet.
BERTOLUCCI: Bertolucci captures
elegance, accuracy and dependability in
its one basic style. The most popular
and least expensive is the stainless steel
strap version for $750. It is also available
in 18-karat gold and gold-and-steel. In
the next couple of months, they will in-
troduce a diving version. And for
$15,000, they'll attach an 18-karat gold
bracelet and add diamonds around the
SEIKO: At Seiko, Intelligent Quartz

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