Many who are new to watch collecting ask me what a complication is. Complications have been around for centuries when renowned watch makers of Europe would try to "out create" exquisite features for their clocks and become the favorite of kings, queens and royalty. The more amazing the feature (or complication), the better chance they had of becoming famous for their creations.
This watch is a great example of a complicated movement. Also keep in mind this is a wrist watch, so it is a fairly small machine. This fascinating, stunning watch by Van Cleef & Arpels mimics the movement of our Solar System. The Shooting Star tells the hours and minutes. The five point star hovers over our beloved Blue Planet Earth.
Wonderful up close images of the complicated movement at work. I am always fascinated by these awesome small machines.
This information is intended to help you understand our sizing methods.
Please note many small measurements are in millimeters. It is a Jewelry Industry standard for accuracy.
You can download and print the Ring Sizing Chart. Make sure to follow the directions closely for best accuracy. Most rings can be re-sized unless otherwise noted. The cost of sizing is not included, please inquire with ring information and size required for an estimate.
Our model's hand is approximately 5" wide or 12 cm as seen in this image:
We measure bracelets based on their wearable length, not the actual length. We do this because chunky bracelets will have a smaller wearable length than the actual length as the thickness of the bracelet reduces the internal measurement. If at any time you would like the actual length and is not in the description, please feel free to contact us.