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Blossom watch, Leather Strap

Blossom watch, Leather Strap

stone guide

What makes our stones special

CUT

The way in which a stone is cut is paramount to its final appearance and value; each precise facet determining how it will interact with light and produce the scintillating shine that only a white diamond can. The master craftsmen of our Bond Street atelier, where all David Morris jewellery is made, are amongst the world’s most accomplished in amplifying a diamond’s beauty.

CARAT

A diamond ‘carat’ indicates how much a diamond weighs, and therefore its apparent size. The value of a diamond varies according to its number of carats and its rarity, as well as taking into account how it is graded in relation to the remaining of the 4Cs. As a guide, one carat is the equivalent of 0.2g.

COLOUR

Colour, or a complete lack thereof, is an all-important attribute when searching for an exceptional diamond. The most prized white diamonds are completely colourless, or very close to it, and are graded from D at the top of the scale, to Z. With each diamond hand selected by Jeremy Morris, the majority of our diamonds range from grades D to F – the highest standard.

CLARITY

With diamonds exposed to intense heat and pressure during formation, it is incredible that any should emerge flawless. Yet, at the House of David Morris we are adept at sourcing them. The majority of our diamonds are graded ‘Flawless’– they possess no inclusions and blemishes, even when scrutinised under magnification – but we may also select diamonds with minute inclusions that are undetectable to the naked eye.

Blossom watch with 1.86ct diamond set case, Mother of Pearl dial, and leather strap, set in 18ct white gold
Features

Total diamond weight: 1.86ct
18ct white gold
Swiss Quartz movement
Tang buckle with leather strap
20mm mother of pearl

Dimensions

Dial: 20mm
Width of strap: 13m narrowest point 11mm
Full length of watch: 21.5cm
Diameter of full dial: 3cm

£36,000

The final purchase price may change when you select your delivery address

Today, inspired by the House’s own heritage and the era’s avant-garde designs, CEO and Creative Director Jeremy Morris has created the Blossom watch, a design that draws upon some of the period’s distinctive trends for a watch that feels modern, timeless and bold in its simplicity. The clean lines, stylised flower motifs and pared-back colour palette synonymous with the now-iconic fashion trends that emerged in the 1960s acted as the perfect starting point for the new design’s eye-catching floral silhouette and details.
The watch has a contemporary, slim-line bezel embellished with delicate diamond ‘petals’ set with 136 brilliant-cut white diamonds to create a gently scalloped outline, while the smooth face is hand-carved in a choice of lustrous white, black or pink Mother of Pearl. At the dial’s centre sits an exquisite bejewelled flower crafted using a central rose-cut white diamond and surrounded by six white diamond petals, with a single brilliant-cut pavé white diamond at each quarter of the watch’s face.

Product Availability

Due to the bespoke nature of our products, delivery is subject to stock availability. If we do not have enough stock to fulfil your order, you will be notified and we can order the piece for you, offer an alternative piece that is in stock or cancel your order.

Delivery

Each delivery comes with full insurance coverage. Import duties and taxes, if applicable, are an additional cost payable by you.

 

For more information on delivery and returns, please visit our delivery & returns page.

CUT

The way in which a stone is cut is paramount to its final appearance and value; each precise facet determining how it will interact with light and produce the scintillating shine that only a white diamond can. The master craftsmen of our Bond Street atelier, where all David Morris jewellery is made, are amongst the world’s most accomplished in amplifying a diamond’s beauty.

CARAT

A diamond ‘carat’ indicates how much a diamond weighs, and therefore its apparent size. The value of a diamond varies according to its number of carats and its rarity, as well as taking into account how it is graded in relation to the remaining of the 4Cs. As a guide, one carat is the equivalent of 0.2g.

COLOUR

Colour, or a complete lack thereof, is an all-important attribute when searching for an exceptional diamond. The most prized white diamonds are completely colourless, or very close to it, and are graded from D at the top of the scale, to Z. With each diamond hand selected by Jeremy Morris, the majority of our diamonds range from grades D to F – the highest standard.

CLARITY

With diamonds exposed to intense heat and pressure during formation, it is incredible that any should emerge flawless. Yet, at the House of David Morris we are adept at sourcing them. The majority of our diamonds are graded ‘Flawless’– they possess no inclusions and blemishes, even when scrutinised under magnification – but we may also select diamonds with minute inclusions that are undetectable to the naked eye.

DM MOMENTS

Our heritage is unparallelled when it comes to bespoke jewellery.

Here are some moments from our history which have been pivotal to the pieces you see here today.

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