Raymond Weil Toccata Classic Gold Tone Quartz Watch

# 5488-PC-00300

Raymond Weil Toccata Classic Gold Tone Quartz Watch

Raymond Weil Toccata Classic Gold Tone Quartz Watch

# 5488-PC-00300

Refined design and timeless materials: toccata will impress men on whom time holds no dominion. This elegant and timeless collection celebrates the artistic and musical spirit behind the Brand’s DNA. Following in the footsteps of the great composers, toccata promotes RAYMOND WEIL’s Swiss horology while respecting the tradition and heritage handed down from generation to generation within the family company. Equipped with a quartz movement, this toccata men’s gold-plated watch features a sleek stainless steel 39mm case with a date window at 3 o’clock, a classic white dial punctuated with black Roman numeral markers, and complemented by a black genuine calf leather strap with alligator motif to add a touch of warmth to this modern classic.

$850

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This elegant and timeless collection celebrates the artistic and musical spirit behind the Brand's DNA. Following in the footsteps of the great composers, toccata promotes RAYMOND WEIL's Swiss horology while respecting the tradition and heritage handed down from generation to generation within the family company.

Name Toccata Classic Gold Tone Quartz Watch
Stock Number 5488-PC-00300
Department Timepieces
Type Watch
Sub Type Men's Watches
Collection Toccata

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Davidson's Jewellers Raymond Weil
Raymond Weil

RAYMOND WEIL has always strived to achieve watchmaking excellence and use its know-how and expertise to meet the prerequisites of the much sought-after Swiss made label. While this knowledge and the passion have been handed down from generation to generation within the family, so has the love of music! Music has always been an essential part of RAYMOND WEIL’s DNA. With over 35 years of involvement in the music industry across all genres, the Swiss watchmaker composes its timepieces the way musicians compose their chef d’oeuvres.