Arnold & Son excel at creating skeleton watches that are also beautifully symmetrical. Now the English watchmaker has introduced a new piece of the Nebula collection especially for women. The meticulous design of the Nebula Lady allows each part to blend harmoniously into one instead of being an assembly of dissipate components. The complex A&S5101 caliber contains no less than ten movement bridges, crafted from solid 18-carat Red Gold, with beveled and polished edges.

The timepiece was named Nebula because the sculptural movement looks like an inverted, exploded star: Nebulae, an astronomical term describing a cloud of cosmic gas and dust, formed from the debris of exploding stars.

The 41.5 mm case is made of Red Gold and sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on both sides; plus, it features 90 brilliant cut white diamonds meticulously set onto the bezel. The Nebula Lady is limited to 50 pieces and comes with a strap made of white calf leather.