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82Isea&iIAUTUMN 2011Ladies timepiecesRecent collections have seen more and more precious gems finding their way into thefinest timepieces. This year saw several brands introducing a new generation of ladies'watches that combine elegance with technical advancement. Some of the trends that havebeen successful to date are simply evolutions of existing models, others are new, but one thing thatstands out is that the complications seem to be getting more and more complex every year. JEWELS THAT TELL TIME Ladies timepieces were once just a piece of fine jewellery, but today'scollections show that the technology behind the intricate designs isas impressive as the variety of precious stones they boast. TheRosebudby Harry Winston is one such example. At its centreis a diamond surrounded by a corolla of pear-cut diamondsthat pivot to reveal a mother-of-pearl dial. Van Cleef & Arpels High Jewellery timepieces are finepieces of jewellery set with diamonds, rubies, sapphires andemeralds. Part of the Van Cleef & Arpels collection that has been aspeciality of the house since the 1920s, the latest in the offing is theHigh Jewellery Timepiece makis dŽcor, which closes the brand'svoyage into the jungle. The elegant design of the white-gold jewellerybracelet is based on a jungle scene, with two wide-eyed cavortingmakis monkeys clinging to looping foliage and exotic flowersmade of diamonds, blue and white sapphires and onyx. Thecentral flower is mobile and protects the mother-of-pearldial and the case, which is white gold set with diamonds.