Aline Sitoé Diatta was born around 1920 in Kabrousse, Casamance in southern Senegal. She was a priestess and a heroine of the anti-colonialist resistance. In 1941 in Dakar, she had the intimate conviction that she had to fight against the colonial authorities in Casamance. She therefore returned there to organize a movement of civil disobedience which would echo the aspirations of the populations to independance. Despite her deportation to Mali by the French administration in order to stem the revolt, she remains to this day an icon of the struggle for independence in the hearts of Senegalese.
Women’s watch, with silver and gold strap and case. The design incorporates patterns inspired by bogolan fabric encrusted on its case. On the back, the portrait of Aline Sitoé enshrined to celebrate the figure of the famous anti-colonial fighter.
Case: 316 stainless steel, diameter 32 mm, PVD coating.
Case treatment: polished, PVD coating.
Bezel: 316 stainless steel, the ring integrated an engraved design.
Bracelet: solid steel band, brushed, PVD coating, width 21 mm.
Glass: tempered mineral glass.
Case back: 316 stainless steel, polished, incorporates engraved Aline Sitoé’s face.
Water resistance: 5ATM. Dial: gold dial, with calendar window.
Buckle: stainless steel, brushed and polished. Color: Silver and gold.
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