01 June 2019

The dance of the hours

Among complications and sophisticated mechanisms, high-end watches are changing appearance. In the search for beauty, innovation and practicality. In the wake of art and technology
The stage is set, for an exciting show. A unique “dance of the hours” is being staged by Haute Orologerie, among design choices and technological challenges; with a soul that touches on perfection. We firstly delve into the starry sky of Saxonia Thin by A. Lange & Söhne, where hands and applications, in a game of reflections, highlight the copper-blue aventurine dial. The case houses a calibre L093.1, only 2.9 millimetres thick, with three polished gold screw-down chatons, which are secured with blued screws: craftsmanship down to the last detail.
  © Protected by copyright and License Vacheron Constantin
Les Cabinotiers Grande Complication “Crocodile” by Vacheron Constantin.
The RM 07-01 by Richard Mille
in black ceramic and precious stones
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Girard-Perregaux with the Cat's Eye Night and Day,

a High Jewellery interpretation with diamonds

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Serpenti watch by Bulgari © Protected by copyright and License Bulgari
Bulgari Serpenti watch with double tour antique bronze metallic calfskin strap, rose gold bezel set with diamonds.
Big Bang watch by Hublot © Protected by copyright and License Hublot
Big Bang watch by Hublot set with 13.5 carats of diamonds combined with a jacket made of crocodile leather.
Edited by Franco Bruno
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Published on Avion Luxury #20/2018
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