The diamond was named Cullinan after the founder of the mine - sir Thomas Cullinan. Cullinan was eventually cut into nine large gems and 96 small brilliants and 9:50 carats of small, untreated pieces. Most of Cullinan stones are now in the possession of the British royal family.
The TUDOR collection has a selection of models that celebrate the brand's memorable heritage as a supplier of divers' watches to some of the largest navies in the world over the past six decades.
Years of untiring creations and improving are encapsulated in ateliers most distinctive design, presented in alluring black colour.
The watch of the open seas: the Yacht-Master collection embodies the unbreakable bond that has lived between Rolex and the world of sailing since the 1950s.
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