Which color goes best with the crown jewels: gold or silver? With a Datejust 6917 Two-Tone Ladies Rolex from Raymond Lee Jewelers, Queen Elizabeth would never worry whether her watch clashed with her jewelry.
The James Bond Fashion Statement
And, as the latest Bond girl, Her Majesty would elegantly complement her dashing companion. Agent 007 is a well-known aficionado of Rolex watches, just like his creator, Ian Fleming.
When Queen Elizabeth and James Bond parachuted into the 2012 summer Olympic Games, it was difficult to scrutinize their fashion ensembles — apart from his exquisitely styled tuxedo and her pretty pink dress, with matching bloomers. But in the preceding video clip from Buckingham Palace, each was wearing something on the left wrist, hidden by long sleeves.
Was it perhaps a two-tone Rolex? It certainly would have blended nicely with that brooch on Her Majesty’s left shoulder or with her pinkish pearl necklace and earrings. And by synchronizing their Rolex’s, Queen Elizabeth and James Bond would be certain to be on time for their appointed jump out of that helicopter and into the Olympic stadium.
A Two-Tone Rolex for any Fashionista
Of course, you don’t have to be royalty — or a super spy — to recognize the elegance, craftsmanship, durability and investment potential of a two-tone Rolex. Nor do you need the Queen’s annual income to afford one.
Raymond Lee Jewelers offers an extensive assortment of Rolexes for ladies and gentlemen of discerning taste.
What gent wouldn’t look dashing wearing a pre-owned Daytona 116523 Two-Tone Rolex? The crystal is made of scratch-resistant sapphire. The bracelet blends stainless steel and 18 carat yellow gold.
And any lady would feel like a queen wearing a Datejust 69173 Two-Tone Rolex with gold Roman dial.
Melanie F for Raymond Lee Jewelers, premiere fine jewelry and luxury watch boutique and buyer.