Limited to 500 pcs. Dial handmade and watch assembled in Paris.
Rosalie Gicanda (1928 – 1994) was the last queen of Rwanda. She showed goodwill toward the neediest people no matter their line. Though she wasn’t a political figure anymore since the monarchy abolishment in 1961, she was from the Tutsi line and has been one of the numerous victims of the Rwandese genocide that happened in 1994.
This model fits any interchangeable straps in 18mm.
- Dial: Fine Art prints edited for 500 pcs
- Strap: Braided perlon - Size 18mm
- Quartz Movement: Japanese Miyota
- Glass: Mineral
- Case: Stainless steel 316L
- Dimensions: 35x26x8mm
- Water resistance: 3ATM
European Union : Free delivery for any order above 50€ l Your orders will be shipped on Jan. 3rd 2022
International (outside EU) : Delivery times and costs may vary depending on the country of destination.
Return possible within 21 days from receiving the package
At LAPS, we are committed to creating original watches with multiple inspirations. The unisex Signature collection with its rectangular case is a window on the world and an invitation to discover new aesthetic worlds that are revealed on your wrist.
More than just a watch, each edition is a story that reveals a part of your personality.
All our Signature watches fit in seconds with a selection of Italian leather or braided perlon straps. Thanks to a system of flash spring bars, they can be easily changed by hand and without tools.
Discover all the possible combinations among a wide choice of colors!
Art prints in limited edition
Our art print dials are made in limited edition. As for an edition of photographs in an art gallery, each watch presented in its box is accompanied by its booklet bearing a unique number guaranteeing its authenticity. In order to obtain a high quality of reproduction, all our prints come from a great Parisian photographic laboratory. The printing of the dials is done on a professional paper made of natural fibers known for its rendering and the maintenance of its colors over time.
Working with French artisans and partners, we assemble our dials by hand using craft skills and printing techniques. From the laboratory to our workshop on rue de Bellechasse, our artistic dials are imagined, developed and crafted with local actors. The choice of such an environment ensures a controlled production, reducing stocks in order to produce only what is necessary. It is for this same reason that our products are never sold out.
Since 2018, LAPS is labeled by the city of Paris for its local approach. This label promotes products made in the capital and demonstrates the excellence as well as the diversity of Parisian craftsmanship.