Jam Roger Dubuis ini sangat sangat cantik dan sekaligus gagah, Type Sympathie Excalibur Limited Edition … jam ini no 887 dari 888 buah yang diproduksi. Walau saya dapatkan dalam kondisi second tetapi semua masih berfungsi sempurna dan bagi saya itu yang penting, bukan sekedar kelengkapan. No Movement nya 12806, Geneve Seal dengan 33 Jewels.
MATERIAL : Stainless Steel Individually-Numbered See-Through Sapphire Exhibition
FEATURES : Painted Black Roman Numeral Hour Markers,
Stainless Steel Luminescent Hour/Minute Hands,
Silver 60-Minute Divider Markers on Internal Bezel of Case,
Stainless Steel Fluted Crown with Roger Dubuis Hallmark on Center,
Carbon Fiber Inserts on Lugs,
Roger Dubuis Signature in Black on Dial
DIMENSIONS : 43.0mm
with Stainless Steel Deployment Buckle
MOVEMENT : Self-Winding Automatic, Cal RD 14 Roger Dubuis (Patek Philippe), Geneva Seal,
Adjusted to 5 positions 33 jewels.
CRYSTAL MATERIAL: sapphire crystal with double anti glare.
According to a well-known gem and jewelry industry magazine, “Colored Stone”, since the early 2000s, blue topaz has become the second most popular gemstone in the world (sapphire is consistently number one). Topaz popularity is certainly not surprising. Topaz is a very hard material – 8 on the Mohs hardness scale – and blue topaz is a very pretty stone that is available in a wide range of vivid hues with a striking vitreous luster. It is also a very affordable gem when compared to the price per carat of similar colored gemstones such as aquamarine.
At the same time, blue topaz is a gem that is not well understood by many buyers and some recent controversy in the USA has led some buyers to rethink their blue topaz purchases. In this case, access to the correct information can help blue topaz customers make informed decisions about whether to buy blue topaz or not. There are two important things to know about blue topaz. The first thing is that while topaz is very hard, it is not the most durable gemstone. That’s because it has perfect cleavage, a property it shares with diamond. That means it can be chipped or split by a sharp blow, so it should be protected from hard knocks.