Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your wrists.
Throughout history, there have been many watches that have graced the wrists of kings and queens, but very few that an emperor might wear. Talented Italian designer Riccardo Rossi decided to change all that: with a collection of unique timepieces that celebrate the Roman Empire. There is nothing contemporary about Rossi’s designs. These are definitely watches a Roman Emperor could love.
The boldly styled Italico Coliseum model finds its inspiration in the ancient stadium where gladiators once fought. This massive 44mm timepiece features a distinctive bronze IP bezel embossed with an arch pattern that echoes the architectural lines of the original Roman Coliseum. The rugged looking bezel, with the deep bronze tones of a gladiator’s armor, encircles a spectacular green marbleized dial with deeply embossed bronze Roman numerals.
Although the styling is something a Roman warrior could love, the precision Swiss made quartz movement that powers this impressive watch is all about today’s best technology. The Italico Coliseum model features a durable mineral glass crystal and a highly polished stainless steel case that is water resistant to 165 feet. Each watch is fitted with a handsome 24mm brown leather strap with contrasting white topstitching.
If you’re the type of person who appreciates ancient history, you’ll appreciate a timepiece that unabashedly celebrates the glories of ancient Rome. Let your inner warrior rule! Contact your authorized Italico dealer today and reserve your own Coliseum immediately.
Italico Mens ITCB05-F Coliseum Round Marbleized Green Dial Watch
List Price: $1,375
- Quartz movement
- Stainless steel case, diameter 44 mm, thickness 15 mm
- Bronze IP coated stationary stainless steel bezel with engraved design
- Marbleized green dial with embossed bronze roman numerals
- Mineral crystal
- Genuine brown calfskin strap, width 24 mm, buckle clasp
- Water resistant to 165 feet
- 2-year manufacturer’s warranty
Gevril Group US Agent for Italico Watches
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