Hitting boutiques with atag of $46,200, this all-gold Overseas Self-Winding represents a considerable jump up from a steel version ($19,600), but may offer a strong middle ground for those wanting a more precious experience without having to pony up some $88,500 for the Overseas Perpetual Calendar. Regardless of complication (How long will we have to wait to see this bracelet added to the pink-gold version of the Overseas Dual Time?), it’s simply hard to beat the blue/gold effect, and this new model seems a strong addition to the Overseas lineup.
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