Giannutri is the smallest island in the Tuscany archipelago and perhaps also its most precious pearl. Due to its distinctive half-moon shape, the Greeks named this wild and enchanting place after the goddess of the moon, Artemis. A symbol of graceful femininity, the island gives its name to the first ladies’ watch launched by Locman, in 1987.
The Elba-based company is now introducing an all-new Giannutri edition. While retaining the rectangular case shape and delicate style of the original model, it has been completely redesigned in order to give it a more contemporary, resolutely chic look. The case in high-grade stainless steel is both dainty (at 25 x 36 mm) and elegant. In the Total Diamond version, a row of natural white diamonds graces the dial, while ten brilliant-cut hour-markers light up the dial.
Water-resistant to 5 atmospheres, the case of the Giannutri is fitted with a titanium back secured by four screws and topped by a glass with a special sapphire coating that gives it a hardness comparable to that of natural sapphire while enhancing the degree of transparency. The movement is a Ronda time only quartz mechanism.