The case itself has some interesting construction details. They are subtle, but the case isn’t just two thin pieces of gold sandwiched together. Overall, this is not a bold watch in the modern sense, but certainly is a classy wrist companion which makes good use of the Van Cleef & Arpels name (and Pierre Arpels history and persona). The thin alligator straps do complete the presentation and I look forward to more male-mindedness in Paris at Van Cleef & Arpels. Prices ranges from ,500 - ,500.