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Featured Product: Bedat & Co Ladies Diamond Watch

Sep 26, 2013
Bedat & Co Ladies Diamond Watch

Bedat & Co Ladies Diamond Watch

At Samuelson’s, we don’t just buy diamonds. Another one of our specialties is fine Swiss watches. Of course we are always buying and selling the more popular brands like Rolex, Patek Philippe and Cartier, but there are some really cool niche brands that we also love to see. Take a look at this Bedat & Co ladies diamond watch.

Bedat & Co. No. 3 Ref 304 Diamond Bezel and Dial Ladies Watch

Elegant and timeless, this Bedat No. 3 is set with 56 top quality diamonds, weighing .81 total carats.

Bedat & Co Ladies Diamond Watch

Bedat & Co Ladies Diamond Watch

The subtle guilloche patterned dial, and tonneau shaped case make this watch perfect for a night out. 


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