Rolex Daytona Replica Watches enthusiasts are familiar with the term. Since many years, Rolex Daytona Replica Watches's colorful dials have been shrouded by myth. Did Rolex Daytona Replica Watches ever sell these dials? What is the origin of this name? What watches did they sell and when? What is genuine and what is counterfeit? There are so many questions. The questions are endless.
The Stella has finally been proven, thanks to the launch last month of the brand new Oyster Perpetual collection. Yes! Rolex Daytona Replica Watches brought a range of dials in color back, or as the official dealer catalogues from 1970 and 1980 called them "Lacquered Stella dials". The new "Stella" steel Oyster Perpetuals were made with the latest technical capabilities, but still retained the shiny look of vintage Stellas. They immediately became a hit on the streets and queues in front of ADs grew longer than anyone could have imagined.
One of the earliest color dials can be found in Oyster Perpetuals from the early 1950s. You can find references 6018-6085-6090, 6102-6100-6102-6106, 6284-6285-6290, all of which are fitted with blues, reds, browns,Rolex Daytona Replica Watches greens, and even black (even though it isn't considered a color). These dials are not lacquered, they are rather manufactured using a sometimes-translucent monochrome enamel, all of which were hand-made and supplied by Sterne Freres. You can also find these dials on steel models, such as Ref. 6144, 6442, 6444. The dials were discontinued sometime in the early 1950s because of the high production costs and the fluctuating quality.
Types of Main Types
The dials from the first generation (Type 1) have a typical "pie pan" dial design that was used for many other Day-Date dials during this time. The minute track is shaped like an upside down 'pie pan'. Rolex Daytona Replica Watches's "Cyclope 136 Plexiglas" crystal, which was fitted to the Type 1 dials (and Type 2 dials), further enhances the glossy appearance.
The Type 2 dials are a follow-up to the Type 1 dials from the early 1970s.Patek Philippe Replica They don't have that "pie pan" design, but they still bear the T Swiss T mark. The gold text was used on yellow gold watches and the silver text on white metal models.
Type 3 dials marked "T Swiss Made" and with a flat design are found primarily in single quick sets Ref. 180xx from the late 1970s and early 80s.