Playing an essential expressive role, the dial is lacquered to create greater depth. It is available in three colour variations: glossy black, champagne-colour sunray or silver coloured sunray. Each comes in a version set with three diamonds or a non gem-set version. The dial is central to the watch and plays an essential role, which is why TUDOR pays it the utmost attention. Lacquered to give greater depth of colour, Style line dials are interspersed with markers inspired by the timepieces of the 1950s, including the famous double markers at 12 and 6 o’clock. Modernity shows in their meticulous finish. Three-dimensional and beautifully bevelled on four faces, the batons lend the watch an intense brilliance. Two new dial colours are being introduced: blue sunray and burgundy sunray. These come in addition to the existing options of gloss black, champagne-colour sunray and silver sunray. Exclusively on a 28 mm diameter model, the choice of dials is completed with an option in mother-of-pearl with diamonds at 3, 6 and 9 o’clock.
A DISTINCTIVE FLUTED BEZEL
The Style line is recognisable by its distinctive double bezel and dauphine hands. Available is an additional design with a steel or gold fluted bezel and baton hands in case sizes 28, 34, 38 and 41 mm diameter. The bezel design brings an unrivalled radiance to this watch, thanks to its myriad of polished facets. This fluted finish is an integral part of TUDOR’s aesthetic heritage, and its inclusion in the Style line emphasises the brand’s long tradition of producing classic dress watches.