In 1911, Eugene Blum took his initials and his wife's family name, Levy, to coin "Eugene Blum Et Levy" - EBEL. In 1914, just three years after its formation, the brand won a coveted gold medal at the Swiss National Exhibition. The family company has been successfully producing sought-after wristwatches ever since. Their sleek lines, streamlined curves and integrated cases and bracelets are among the most noteworthy. Stainless steel case and bracelet, Deployment clasp, Rose Mother-Of-Pearl dial, 12 diamond hour markers, 48 diamonds set on bezel (0.61 ct.), Scratch resistant sapphire crystal with antireflective treatment, Swiss quartz movement (Ebel Caliber 256), Water resistant to 30 meters/ 100 feet.