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April 05, 1996 - Image 148

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-04-05

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Pure design.

S tart with high-tech ceramics. Scratchproof.

Extraordinarily resistant to heat, wear and

corrosion. With a jewel-like luster that won't

ever fade.

Add innovative styling, anatomical design,

water resistance and a precise Swiss quartz

movement, and you have 'Ceramicar. The first

fully ceramic scratchproof watch.

711

Rado DiaStar 'Ceramica'. Made
from scratchproof high-tech
ceramics. In four sizes.

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Diamonds
and Fine Jewelry

ORCHARD MALL • WEST BLOOMFIELD
810-932-77Q0 • 1-800-337-GIFT

Rado, A division of SMH (US) Inc., 35 East 21 St., New York, NY 10010

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