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WORLDTEMPUS - 25 March 2011Miguel Seabra
Gerd-Rudiger Lang and the Stability: a Chronoswiss specialty with double the retrograde allure that provokes nostalgia for the Delphis
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Although Chronoswiss is expanding its selection with strains which may appeal to youthful aficionados of mechanical replica watches, the Munich-based brand's flagship model one of the new timepieces unveiled at this year's Baselworld by evokes a contradiction: on 1 hand, it plainly reminisces the aesthetic codes defended by owner Gerd-Rudiger Lang at the beginning with the Mechanical Renaissance; then again, it offers a double retrograde mechanical complication that has not but been used through the sector. Chronoswiss, specialized in guilloche dials, produced a benchmark inside the nineteen nineties along with the Delphis and its retrograde minutes. Now, the new Balance model epitomizes a return to filigreed dials that appears to be one of the main tendencies at Baselworld as well as exudes the normal technicality so pricey to Lang. "The retrograde perform is an outdated watchmaking procedure; the use of a double retrograde screen for your seconds on just one aspect and the date on the other offers perfect symmetry, for this reason the identify Stability. "?
Chronoswiss balances its past and its potential with the brand new Stability model
Chronoswiss
Three different guilloche patternsThree contrasting ornamental styles enrich the splendid Sterling silver dial: the precious guilloche perform resembling waves about the retrograde subdials, pique releve guilloche within the periphery, and honeycomb guilloche over the chronograph counters. The blued Breguet Losange palms supply ideal distinction and accentuate the classic spirit.
Proudly smiling: the Balance premiers a completely new caliber signed by La Joux-Perret
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The Harmony chronograph, available in stainless-steel and rose gold, also marks the introduction with the new La Joux-Perret Caliber 8310 in the marketplace. Reuge - Debussy | New replica watches
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Debussy
Reuge
The design in the box, a Premiere for a music box, was inspired by Art Nouveau home furniture fashion, which was the privailing home furniture design in the course of Debussy's lifestyle. The asymmetric shape of Debussy box is often a new pleasing aesthetical universe that Reuge hardly ever designed. ten precious woods had been chosen to the fantastic inlay, which consists of more than fifty wood parts. At the begining od twentieth century Art Nouveau inlays were being mostly made up of wild flowers, with ton on ton wood picks. Debussy audio box put on a pedestal a specificity of Artwork Nouveau style and design: "whiplash" which was often employed by Art Nouveau artists. Such decorative "whiplash" motifs, formed by dynamic, undulating, and flowing strains in the syncopated rhythm, are discovered through the architecture, portray, sculpture, and other varieties of Artwork Nouveau style and design. A specific tune plate which has the same form compared to the Debussy audio box signifies the tunes along with the number within the confined edition. The golden brilliance on the motion highlights the songs makers' genius. The result of many years of growth, the cylinder's perfection harks back on the golden age of mechanical songs. Incorporated as a reward, a CD of Claude Debussy renowned opus is offered to every remaining consumer. Technical datas :Ref. AXA. seventy two. 5085. 000Limited version of 99 pieces that pays tribute to one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of Claude Debussy's delivery. BOXArt Nouveau asymmetric box in burr myrtle. Gloss complete. Artwork Nouveau inlay composed of tulips. The typical Art Nouveau Whiplash motifs are inlaid in amaranth. Dimensions: 347 x a hundred and sixty x 81 mmMOVEMENTChanging motion CH 3. seventy two. 3 tunes of 36 seconds each individual. 72-note comb. Much more than 1'200 pins for every cylinder. TUNESPetite Suite-Cortege - C. DebussyPetite Suite-Minuet - C. DebussyThe girl using the flaxen hairs - C. Debussy