This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Ocean Collection by Harry Winston. To celebrate the momentous occasion, the House proudly presents the stunning 18-karat white gold Ocean 20th Anniversary Biretrograde Automatic 36mm timepiece. Bearing the hallmark traits of its namesake series – including a biretrograde display and excentered hours and minutes counter this timepiece is designed for women who love Harry Winston’s high jewelry aesthetic and appreciate the beauty of a refined mechanical movement.
The Ocean 20th Anniversary Biretrograde embarks on her maiden voyage in a sea of bold, blue Paraiba tourmalines, brilliant diamonds and mother-of-pearl, and explores previously unchartered waters at the House of Harry Winston.
The excentered hours and minutes counter is also accented by a ring of Paraiba tourmalines and features 18-karat white gold indexes and a magnificent emerald-cut diamond at 12 o’clock.
To ensure that all the functions on this majestic vessel are in perfect working order, the Ocean 20th Anniversary Biretrograde features a high-end Swiss mechanical automatic movement with a generous 65-hour power reserve. The latest technology, in the form of a flat silicon balance spring, helps optimize the overall isochronism of the movement, ensuring years of impeccable service.
Shipshape for all life’s adventures
This timepiece is water-resistant up to 100 meters, making it the ideal accessory for outdoor water sports and everyday life. Resilient and sporty, yet feminine to its core, the 36mm white gold case is set with 57 brilliant-cut diamonds. The House’s signature arches frame the crown and echo the entrance to Harry Winston’s Fifth Avenue Flagship Salon. As a precious creation, this timepiece is limited to 20 pieces.
The Ocean 20th Anniversary Biretrograde Automatic 36mm is presented on an elegant alligator strap, designed to highlight the color of the intense blue Paraiba tourmalines. It fastens to the wrist with an 18-karat white gold ardillon buckle, set with an additional 42 brilliant-cut diamonds.