The streets of Vienna are where the waltz found its step, and its two greatest practitioners were an unlikely pair. He was a nobleman, bored with the minuet of the upper class. She was a peasant girl, known as the best dancer in the city. Together, they were unmatched on the dance floor. The nobleman was to be wed at the end of the summer, but before he left the waltz forever he gave the woman a token of his affection, which we've recreated with the Stauer Strauss Watch.
Named for the Strauss family that popularized the waltz in Vienna, this watch is constructed in an elegant bracelet style with a box clasp. Rose-gold finished and studded with European crystals, this watch is truly a unique find. Beneath the watch crystal is the timepiece's exquisite mother of pearl face. Simply put, you'll never find a more refined woman's watch.
Constructed with a stainless steel caseback and water resistant to 3 ATM, the Stauer Strauss Watch will be around as long as this story is told. And most importantly, the watch's Swiss mineral crystal movement ensures that its wearer is never out of step.