Bell & Ross BRS Novarosa Diamonds Watch Review
Wednesday - 16 August 2017
Bell & Ross continue their fascination with astronomy with the release of the beautiful BRS Novarosa collection. A feminine ladies timepiece that follows the success of the BRS Diamond Eagle. The beautiful rose sunray dial is inspired by the pink hues of Supernovae - a rare and incredible moment when a star explodes!
During the latter stages of its life, the star shines very brightly prior to exploding into a huge cloud of dust. Lasting several hours, the astronomical event is extremely rare with only two or three explosions every century. The extraordinary blast is extremely difficult to witness from Earth, those few who have observed the outburst are always amazed and astounded by the event.
The BRS Novarosa design absorbs the beauty of the phenomenal star explosion; the way the soft pink hues magically transform the black canvas momentarily before returning to the dark vastness of space. The seductive, breathtaking instrument similarly demands attention with the exquisite rose dial, which allows for the brand to move in a different direction from their signature, monochrome colour palette.
The elegant dial welcomes diamond dot indices to add a hint of sparkle and glamour. The luxurious rose sunray dial echoes the explosion of the Supernovae with subtle and discreet design detailing. The Bell & Ross signature square case protects the beautiful circular dial made from satin-polished steel. The stunning timepiece fastens with a steel Milanese mesh bracelet complimenting the case and hands. The small seconds sundial subtly sits at 6 o’clock alongside the date display between 4 and 5 o’clock - features that naturally belong on the magnificent 39mm watch face.
The link to a rare, extraordinary astronomical event has allowed for the BRS Novarosa to become a magical, breathtaking piece making a lasting impression on the watchmaking world.