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Daytona in Everose Gold Ref. 116595 RBOW / Rolex


There aren’t too many modern Rolex that become cult items almost instantly — the Rainbow Daytona is one that did. Available in yellow gold and white gold in extremely limited numbers, these watches have become the choice of rockstars and Hollywood elites, as well as the most prominent collectors in the world. And now, out of nowhere, we have it in Everose. The bezel is set with 36 baguette-cut sapphires in a rainbow gradation, the mid-case is set with 56 brilliant-cut diamonds, the dial is black lacquer with counters in 18kt pink gold crystals, and the hands themselves are rose gold — via Hodinkee

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