Established in 1911, Ebel took its name after its founders Eugene Blum and Alice Levy. This pairing between the husband and wife combines his technical prowess and her affinity for feminine designs. In 1996, the brand released Ebel Shanta - a distinctive piece named after the Indian Goddess of Peace - Shantadurga. Crafted in 18k yellow gold, its polished round case is beautifully set with diamonds and/or sapphires and measures 20mm in diameter. Adding to its charismatic allure is an intricately cut-out gold cover that protects the mother of pearl dial. Powered by a Swiss Quartz mechanism,the Ebel Shanta features gold tone hands and Arabic Numerals or gemstone markers to indicate the hours and minutes beneath its scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. Furnished with a gold bracelet with a hidden double folding clasp, the Ebel Shanta is a true statement of style and timeless elegance.