A pearl in the Oyster collection, the Pearlmaster perpetuates with supreme refinement and gently rounded styling the tradition of the Datejust, a great classic among contemporary watches. The Pearlmaster, in a case with gracious lines, features the famous calendar in a window with a Cyclops lens for easy reading, and is fitted with an exquisitely contoured Pearlmaster bracelet.

The broader bezel lends itself ideally to being gem set. On some models precious stones pave the dials or appear on the case lugs and bracelet links.

The Pearlmaster dials are available in a wide range of colours and materials that blend perfectly with the rest of the watch. The hues are sublime, the beauty of the surfaces expertly rendered. In all cases, the face of the watch is designed as an ode to charm and femininity. Depending on the version, mother-of-pearl offers a poetic aura of mystery in an interplay of nuances and beguiling reflections; a discreet Jubilee motif is visible as a secret and mysterious filigree, extending an irresistible invitation to dream; while the diamond-paved version is a picture of elegant sophistication. For their part, the appliques, whether diamonds in gold settings or elegant gold Roman numerals – including a signature gem-set VI – make every reading of the time a pure delight.

The 18 ct yellow, white or Everose gold on a Pearlmaster shines with a special radiance. Rolex has its own foundry and alloys its own gold using the purest raw materials. From casting to the shaping and polishing of the gold, everything is carried out in the brand's workshops with meticulous care to ensure the uncompromising quality of Rolex gold watches.

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