Bell & Ross Creates Unique Casino Watch for the Only Watch Auction

Only Watch has been organizing a charity gala successfully for the last three years. They have announced that the fourth edition of the charity gala will be held in Monte Carlo in September. The event will host an auction of unique models of luxury watch created by forty of the finest watch brands. In the run up to the auction the entire collection of unique watches will travel to eight cities for an exclusive exhibition. The cities that will host the exhibition are Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Tokyo, Los Angeles, Milan and Geneva.

The auction organized by Only Watch will take place in Monte Carlo during the Monaco Yacht Show on September 22, 2011. The auction will be conducted by the renowned watch auctioneer Antiquorum. They have established themselves as the expert watch auctioneers. The highlight of the auction is expected to be a unique design by Bell & Ross. They have supported the Only Watch project earlier also in their fight against Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. This is the second time that they are coming together with the Only Watch project. The company is committed to help the children suffering from the disease.

Bell & Ross has created a new luxury watch exclusively for Only Watch and it is called the BR01 CASINO Pink Gold. The watch has been designed as homage to the famous Casino of Monaco where the auction will actually take place. The face of the watch has been designed to resemble a casino roulette wheel. It has been integrated perfectly in the square case of the watch. A disk display system has been used to indicate the time. A ‘0’ numeral on the outside disk displays the hours. The small roulette ball on the middle disk indicates the minutes. The centre of the roulette turns indicating the seconds. The casino model will be made in a carbon finish and released in a limited edition. It will become available in the casinos of Monaco, Las Vegas and Macau in October 2011.

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