Stardust: Even in a sea of diamond-covered watches, this is a lot of watch. The case is 18-karat yellow gold—though it looks like it has a slight pink tint to it from age—and the dial is opal. The dark gold printing on the dial adds a little texture, and in the right light this watch almost glows.
Michel Herbelin Ladies Gold Plate Watch 17137/P59MA Swiss Quartz Movement 18ct Gold Plate Case Case Dia 25mm Stainless Steel Back Mother Of Pearl Dial Crystal Markers Mineral Crystal Water Resistance 3atm Brown Leather Croco Grain Strap With Gold Plate Pin Buckle Reference 17137/P59MA All Michel Herbelin Watches Arrive In Branded Packaging
Bundeskanzler: Having the day wheel in German is common, but this is the only known watch to have the words "Superlative Chronometer Officially Certified" at 6 o'clock in German, too. Rolex always printed this phrase in English, regardless of where the watch was being sold, so it's thought this might have been an early display model.
Jurassic Park: As if cutting a sliver of fossil for the dial wasn't tough enough, Rolex went and added 10 diamonds and two apertures to the mix. Experts estimate there were likely 1,000 scrapped dials for every one that came out perfect. This one has survived without a crack and you could stare at it for hours.