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New versions of Oyster Perpetual Datejust 36 feature new dials with ‘palm’ and ‘fluted’ motifs. The palm motif evokes lush, vibrant tropical forests, while the fluted motif showcases the pattern found on a range of Rolex bezels that has become one of the brand’s signature aesthetic styles.
The palm motif can be seen on three of the new watches. On the first, in Oystersteel and equipped with an Oyster bracelet, the pattern is present on an olive green dial. It also decorates the golden dial of the second watch, a yellow Rolesor version, combining Oystersteel and 18 ct yellow gold, fitted with an Oyster bracelet, and the silver dial of the third watch, an Everose Rolesor version, combining Oystersteel and 18 ct Everose gold, on a Jubilee bracelet.
The fluted motif is found on the golden dial of the final watch – another yellow Rolesor version – this time with a Jubilee bracelet. The fluted dial is also available in silver and bright blue colours.
The palm motif evokes lush, vibrant tropical forests, while the fluted motif showcases the pattern found on a range of Rolex bezels that has become one of the brand’s signature aesthetic styles.