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Eberhard & Co. Gilda

by Philip Kaspar
22 June, 2013
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Philip is widely travelled and has worked as a freelance journalist covering several topics including fashion, travel and watches. He also spent five years in the heart of the Swiss watchmaking industry in La Chaux de Fonds. Philip reports on all the latest watch news and is our WatchCrime reporter.

Eberhard & Co Gilda

The new sinuous watch, with its curvy face, has supple lines decorating the mother of pearl face. A floral motif surrounds the Arabic numerals at the 3, 6, 9 and 12 hour marks. The elliptical case is in steel.

Gilda has a quartz movement, protected by sapphire glass with a patented spherical dome and anti-reflective treatment, and the polished back is secured with 4 concealed screws and features an engraved floral motif.

Fastened with an alligator strap with a buckle engraved with a letter E, Gilda is also available with a Chéri bracelet with a déployante buckle engraved with E&C.

Specifications

Gilda

Reference: 61008.11

Movement: base ETA 256.031 8 ¼ – Quartz, hours and minutes functions

Case: steel; elliptical shape with soft lines
Case dimensions: 32,10 x 38,00 mm
Case thickness: 7,60 mm
Case bottom: polished, secured by 4 concealed screws; engravings of a delicate floral motif and model’s name in red
Water resistance: 50 metres
Crown: personalized with the shield “E”
Case finishing: polished
Bezel: polished
Glass: sapphire, spherical domed (patented); anti-reflective treatment

Dial: in white mother of pearl, with arabic numerals at 3, 6, 9, and 12 hours and black floral pattern
Hands: leaf-shaped

Strap: in white alligator with elliptical steel buckle, personalized “E”
Bracelet: Chéri ® in steel – 5 links with rounded sides. Deployment clasp personalised “E&C”

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Philip is widely travelled and has worked as a freelance journalist covering several topics including fashion, travel and watches. He also spent five years in the heart of the Swiss watchmaking industry in La Chaux de Fonds. Philip reports on all the latest watch news and is our WatchCrime reporter.

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