Be Sparkly With Hublot
Business Today Malaysia|December 2019
Hublot strive to reinvent the art of watchmaking, leading the way in this new universe with four iconic models showcasing this remarkable alchemy between haute horlogierie and haute joaillerie.

Fusing the art of watchmaking with jewellery craftsmanship with stunning creations set with baguette diamonds. A myriad of rectangular, square and trapeze-cut precious stones sparkling in perfect harmony.

CLASSIC FUSION CHRONOGRAPH ORLINSKI HIGH JEWELLERY – 485 DIAMONDS

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