Jewellery brand Rose launches The Watch Bar

Jewellery brand Rose launches The Watch Bar

February 16, 2011: Extending upon its already lavish offerings, the House of Rose unveiled Rose: The Watch Bar, where the patrons are not just sold watches but also indulged in a luxurious experience. Jean-Claude Biver, CEO, Hublot, inaugurated the store along with Biren Vaidya, MD, The Rose Group.

Presenting an array of brands like Backes & Strauss, Bvlgari, Cartier, Franck Muller, Girard Perregaux, Graham, Hublot, Jaeger Le-Coultre, Parmigiani and Tag Heuer, The Watch Bar located at the plush Breach Candy area, offers the finest creations in the world of haute horlogerie.

The Watch Bar is quite an escape for those who love watches and want to relax as they explore through the collections of their favourite brands, while they sip on a beverage of their choice. With sophisticated yet comforting interiors, The Watch Bar has a Red and Black colour theme, with mirrors and steel grey surfaces thrown in to make for a glamorous effect. The black chandelier, stone table top and plush rug complete the overall ambience.

Aptly called the Specialist & the WatchTender, the team assisting patrons at the Bar is trained to perfection to spin up the perfect drink from the bar while they provide guests with the insights of haute horology.

Browse through luxury watches at leisure over a selection of fine teas, coffees and innovative concoctions of mocktails. For a watch connoisseur who would love to know more about watches can also browse through books and catalogues from the library stacked in the centre of the store.

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