RSW’s tribute to la Neuveville

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May 2012

La Neuveville, the medieval town on the shores of Lake Biel and the home to RSW, celebrates its 700th anniversary in 2012. RSW marks this important milestone with a new collection called simply “La Neuveville”, with a simple and elegant vintage 42mm case available in two versions: one version with three hands and date powered by a quartz movement (ETA 955.112) and a self-winding mechanical version (ETA 2824-2) with two hands and date that features the brand’s now famous patented crank crown clasp.

RSW La Neuveville
RSW La Neuveville

The stainless-steel models are also available with a yellow-gold PVD coating and as diamond-set versions with 12 or 84 diamonds set on the bezel. Three different dials are available: black, white and sun-brushed grey.

A separate limited edition of 700 pieces in stainless steel features an aubergine dial that bears the coat of arms of the town of La Neuveville at 12 o’clock.

All models come with a black or brown leather strap and a folding buckle.