Watchmakers Sarcar are known for their ostentatious, diamond-studded timepieces, and the Sarcar Carrousel happily continues in this tradition.
The Carrousel is so-named after the constantly circulating movement of the large diamonds around the watch face, similar to the external movements sported by other Sarcar watches.
The Carrousel boasts 12 half-carat diamonds set in gold, rotating against a mother of pearl backdrop. A number of other diamonds decorate the dial on the 18k white, or red, gold 40mm wide case.
Overall, there are an incredible 399 diamonds in the watch, weighing 13.21 carats. It is held on the wrist with a gold folding clasped crocodile strap.
At 40mm, the watch is pleasingly small and perhaps suitable for a woman or a man - though its swirling diamonds recall. Internally, it is powered by an automatic mechanical movement.
Once again, Sarcar have successfully managed to embody "extreme luxury". Each piece will be priced at $300,000.