A bust down rolex watch is an expensive luxury watch that has been taken apart and then fully encrusted with diamonds. This typically involves Rolex, Audemars Piguet, Patek Philippe or Cartier watches.
What does bust down mean on watches?
These are very coveted, larger-than-life specimens that stand out among the rest. It takes a lot of time, skill and incredible workmanship to make a bust down watch.
There are many different kinds of ap bust down watches. Some are simple, while others are extremely intricate. Some are made from gold and other metals.
Some are also adorned with sapphires and other gems. The diamond setter will decide what type of stones are going to be encrusted on the watch.
The diamonds are usually placed on the bracelet, case, bezel, and dial of the watch. The most popular setting is a chandelier style with baguettes. This setting is similar to a pave setting but uses round brilliant diamonds instead of rows.
Sometimes a diamond setter will create a custom bezel for the watch. This is a very intricate process and can only be done by a master diamond setter.
If the diamond setter does a good job, the watch will be waterproof and work just as it did before the bust down. This is important because it is likely that you will be wearing the watch often.
A bust down watch is a truly special, emotional purchase. It is something that people who don’t think of it as an investment buy because they love the watch and the craftsmanship. It’s a great way to show off your wealth and luxury. It’s also a great way to express your creativity and personality.