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By Roberto Naas/Styling by Terry Lewis | December 8, 2015 | Watches & Jewelry
When the sun sets over the rockies, the stars come out in the sky and onto the wrists of Aspen women.
Clockwise from top: This Buccellati 18k gold Eliochron jeweled Marquise watch ($155,000) is meticulously set with 544 diamonds weighing 7.87 carats. A quartz movement powers this round beauty. 441 E. Hopkins Ave., 970-544-8303.
One of the most iconic lines in the Van Cleef & Arpels collections, this Cadenas Sertie timepiece ($40,100) is crafted in 18k gold and is a geometric splendor based on a design that dates back decades. The rectangular case with square dial nestles inside the horseshoe-shaped holder, which melds down into the delicately coiled gold bracelet. Diamonds finish the piece. 400 E. Hyman St., 888-984-4822.
From Hermès, this bejeweled Cape Cod Nantucket watch ($19,400) is crafted in 18k rose gold with a gray alligator strap. The quartz watch features a white mother-of-pearl dial, and the case is set with diamond brilliants. 105 Fillmore St., Denver, 303- 388-0700
Harry Winston’s exquisite Premier Lace 31mm watch ($20,800) demonstrates the brand’s incredible artistic expertise. Each dial is made of mother-of-pearl and finished with contrasting shades of this fragile material, deftly carved to resemble lace. The craftsmanship requires long, patient hours, as the mother-of-pearl is 0.15mm thin. The gold watch is finished with 63 brilliant-cut diamonds on the bezel and arches. Meridian Jewelers, 525 E. Cooper Ave., 970-925-3833
Verrou clutch ($6,450) and Kellydee clutch ($8,250), Hermès. 105 Fillmore St., Denver, 303-388-0700
photography by jeff crawford