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Gucci YA141511 “Diamantissima” Ladies Stainless Steel Mother of Pearl Dial Black Lizard Strap Watch

YA141511 Diamantissima Ladies Stainless Steel Mother of Pearl Dial Black Lizard Strap Watch

Gucci YA141511 “Diamantissima” Ladies Stainless Steel Mother of Pearl Dial Black Lizard Strap Watch

“Diamantisima” Ladies Stainless Steel Mother of Pearl Black Lizard Leather Strap Watch

Manufacturer:  Gucci

Product Code: YA141511

Collection: Diamantissima

Gender: Ladies

Dial Colour:  Mother of Pearl

Dial Shape: Round

Dial Feature:  None

Bezel: Fixed Diamond Set

Movement: Fixed

Case Material: Stainless Steel

Case Width: 22mm

Case Depth: 9mm

Case Feature: Crown

Case Back: Solid

Bracle Material: Black Lizard Skin

Bracelet Width: 10mm

Glass: Sapphire Crystal

Clasp: Buckle

Hour Indicator: Squares

Water Resistance: 50 Metres

Warranty: 2 Years


Availability: In stock
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Gucci “Diamantissima”

With its understated Gucci allure, the Diamantissima watch collection represents a new, refined timepiece. Each watch showcases the iconic diamante pattern that has evoked this line. The pattern is inspired by Gucci’s famous canvas fabric print featuring a distinctive crisscross motif. These timepieces, with their refined case and minimalist dial, show off this design to its fullest expression: the cases are etched with the diamante pattern, and dials feature the motif all over, conveying a fabric-print effect. This line complements the Diamantissima collection and offers a fresh new style to the modern woman.

The company can be found from watches, jewellery, clothes to vehicles. This brand of watches is ideal for all ages. As these watches can take you from the boardroom to leisure.

Gucci History

Gucci the brand was founded in 1920’s by Guccio Gucci. He worked at The Savoy Hotel in London as a lift boy, this is where he became inspired by the luggage and cases of the guests. he returned to Florence to make bags and accessories.  He founded the House of Gucci in Florence in 1921 as a small family-owned leather saddlery shop. He began selling leather bags to horsemen in the 1920s. As a young man, he rapidly built a reputation for quality, hiring the best craftsmen he could find to work in his atelier. In 1938, he expanded his business to Rome. Soon his one-man business turned into a family business,  together with three of his sons, Aldo (1905-1990), Vasco (1907–1975), and Rodolfo (1912–1983), Gucci expanded the company to include stores in Milan and  Rome as well as additional shops in Florence.

Gucci’s stores featured such finely crafted leather accessories as handbags, shoes, and his iconic ornamented loafer as well as silks and knitwear in a signature pattern. The company made handbags of cotton  canvas rather than leather during  World War II as a result of material shortages. The canvas, however, was distinguished by a signature double-G symbol combined with prominent red and green bands. After the war, the Gucci crest, which showed a shield and armored knight surrounded by a ribbon inscribed with the family name, became synonymous with the city of Florence.