Most beautiful women’s watches at Baselworld

Feminine to the core, these chic, diamond-adorned ladies' watches stood out at the biggest watch and jewellery show in the world.

  • Delicious colour combinations, rounded curvaceous forms and sensual, tactile surfaces conspire to create this heavenly rose gold Luna watch by de GRISOGONO, snow-set with amethyst and pink sapphires (£50,400).
  • For women who enjoy a full view of the mechanical workings of a watch, this rose gold Tradition Dame 7038 model by Breguet will fit the bill to perfection. Finely decorated throughout, the small mother-of-pearl dial does not detract from the spectacle below (£28,600).
  • Who says the mechanics of a watch can’t be feminine? Chanel celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Première watch collection with the Camélia Skeleton, an extraordinary skeletonised white gold model with the movement shaped like a camellia and set with 7.82 carats of diamonds (£162,000).
  • Patek Philippe’s Aquanaut watch turns 20 this year and is dressed for the grand ball in this rose gold high jewellery Aquanaut Luce model, Ref.5062/450. A combination of snow-set and invisible-set diamonds in 25 different sizes and cuts are arranged to create a dazzling geometric pattern (£135,810).
  • A world first, Harry Winston has concocted an artistic marriage of silk weaving and gold embossing to create the dial of this majestic rose gold Premier Delicate Silk model, crowned with the brand’s distinctive diamonds (approximately £40,000).
  • Jaquet Droz The Loving Butterfly Automaton
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  • Zenith Defy El Perimero 21 watch

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