The elegant simplicity of Movado's signature Museum dial is beautifully highlighted in this sleek and versatile timepiece from Movado's Amorosa series. This gold-tone watch features a round black dial with Dauphine hands and a concave dot marker at the twelve o'clock position. This is the minimalist look made famous for Movado by American designer Nathan George Horwitt in 1947. Horwitt intended his design to be evocative of a sun dial, with the dot representing the sun at high noon. The dial is housed in a 26 mm steel case and framed by a perfectly round polished bezel. The watch presents on a beautifully polished gold-tone steel bangle bracelet accented with 18 small round diamonds. The bracelet measures 6.25 inches and fastens with a jewelry clasp. Other notable features include a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and precise Swiss quartz movement. Water-resistant to 30 meters, this watch can withstand splashes and brief immersion in water; however, it is not sufficiently resistant for swimming.