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Raymond Weil - Buddy Holly Maestro

Raymond Weil Buddy Holly Maestro

Raymond Weil announces a new addition to its series of music special edition timepieces, which celebrate influential and iconic musicians.

Designed in collaboration with Maria Elena Holly, the Limited Edition maestro pays tribute to Buddy Holly's 80th anniversary. The legendary musician is recognized as the pioneer of Rock ‘n’ Roll and influenced and inspired many artists, including The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Elton John.

The Buddy Holly maestro is a truly unique watch with distinctive features and references to the artist. Its polished stainless steel case, measuring 39.5 mm in diameter, houses the automatic mechanical movement RW4250 with a 38-hour power reserve, powering the hours, minutes, small seconds and date functions.
The silver galvanic dial has highlights of pale blue (Buddy’s favourite colour) encircling the rim, and on the secondary second sub dial, which also wears a miniature pair of glasses (the iconic emblem of the musician) on the sweep of the second hand. The oversized number 9, featured as a reference to Buddy’s lucky number, is balanced by the date dial at the 3 o’clock position with the emblem of Buddy Holly’s signature centered on the face of the dial. The smoked sapphire crystal exhibition case back references the tribute to the Buddy Holly Educational Foundation. The watch is fitted with a polished stainless steel bracelet, equipped with a Raymnd Weil folding clasp with double-push security system.


Buddy Holly maestro

A contribution from each watch sold will be donated to the Buddy Holly Educational Foundation, a charity set up to provide music education and opportunities to young people worldwide.
Recent partnerships with The Beatles and Frank Sinatra cement Raymond Weil’s continued commitment and credentials as supporters of the music industry and charities.

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At the time of the Brand’s creation in 1976, Raymond Weil wanted to bring luxury Swiss watchmaking within the reach of a wider public. This visionary approach, always dear to the three generations, has enabled the Brand to develop internationally, within the space of only a few decades.

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