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New York City Inspires the New Breslin Liberty Mint from Stella Watch Company

If the only thing that comes to mind when you see or hear the name “Stella” is Marlon Brando’s performance in Streetcar Named Desire, then do we ever have a treat for you! Stella Watch Company was founded in 2019 by Marcella Dolan and Stephen Rowley, both professionals in the watch industry and retail based in New York City. They combined their shared acumen to create watches for the pure passion of it. 

Their passions for wristwatches and the city shine in their products, including their latest release. The Breslin Liberty Mint has a refined linen-textured dial in a medium-light shade of mint sage. This charismatic coloration is designed to mimic the unique patina seen on the Statue of Liberty that only a mix of New York air and the Hudson River salt could create.

This new Breslin has a four-piece construction case, with a PVD plated mid-case body, which is one of Stella’s signatures. With a distinct NYC skyline engraved case back, displaying the Empire State Building at its center. It features a refined mix of meticulously brushed and polished finishing on the lugs and bezel.

The Breslin is so much more than just a pretty face. At its heart beats the venerable Sellita SW200, which has a power-reserve of 38 hours, a movement that will guarantee its precision, reliability, and durability. Measurements are 40mm in diameter, 12.7mm thick and it has a 48mm lug-to-lug span. It can be had on a black or brown leather strap with contrasting white stitching or on a straight end stainless steel bracelet, sizable by screws.

Designed in New York and crafted in Switzerland where glam meets precision. The price for the new Breslin line is $1,085 on steel bracelet or leather strap. Now available for preorder with a timeline to ship in May, head to the Stella Watch Company site to get yours.

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