Radley Sketchbook Mini Quartz Rose Gold Dial Pink Leather Strap Ladies Watch RY2980 RRP £69.95

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Radley Sketchbook Mini Quartz Rose Gold Dial Pink Leather Strap Ladies Watch RY2980 RRP £69.95 Style: This Radley Sketchbook Mini RY2980 makes for a wonderful addition to your wrist. A rose gold dial is complimented by striking rose gold circles acting as indexes around the edge of the dial. Additionally, the ever present Radley dog takes the center piece for the dial, an outline at the bottom of the dial running through a cute flower patch. Also, the ever present Radley logo can be seen just below the 12 o’clock position. Rose gold minute and hour hands are powered by a quartz battery movement. Surrounding the dial is a polished rose gold PVD stainless steel case alongside mineral crystal glass ontop to provide it with the protection and class it deserves. Then, a thin and luxurious pink leather strap can be fastened using a standard buckle. This watch has a water resistance of 30 metres, making it suitable for light splashes. Key Features: Sketchbook Mini Collection 26mm Case Quartz Analogue Display Rose Gold Dial PinkLeather Strap Standard Buckle Dog Motif 30m Water Resistant The Family: Sketchbook Mini Time for a new watch? Here at Radley, you can find a beautiful timepiece to complement your style when you shop from our elegant collection of ladies’ watches. Our range of women’s designer watches includes ornate and elegant pieces that are perfect for the evening. If you’re looking for something more casual, try our contemporary silicone watches with gold stainless steel accents or our watches with bold straps with charming prints. The Brand: Radley Lowell Harder, the Founder of Radley, needed a different direction in her life. At 33, she turned her hand to a different sort of design. Her cousin had just returned from a trip with some vegetable tan leather bags and was immediately impressed by the unique designs. Lowell contacted the manufacturer in India and arranged to have her own bags made. Lowell arranged to import both “ethnic” bags and bags she designed for the them to produce. Unfortunately, retailers were not so happy with the vibrant designs. They requested a tone down of the designs. This was an immediate success. Lowell had the idea of adding a West Highland terrier motif to the bags. This idea was inspired when Lowell was walking home and saw a dog walker with a black dog and a bright red collar. Lowell wanted to give her customers a brand with humour and eccentricity. The dog was then included on every design from late 2000. If you have any questions please click here Click here to join our facebook and Instagram !