Take a peek behind the scenes of the year’s biggest watch show. Here are a few pieces that will be on display starting from tomorrow.
Son of Earth Tobacco – The dial is clad in genuine tobacco leaves hand “dialized” by artist Dominique Arpa-Cirpka. The gold bezel and lateral inserts are hand engraved by Bram Ramon.
Faubourg de Cracovie Salmon Sockeye – The guilloché dial is made of alloy 401, a combination of 55% gold and a mixture of platinum, palladium and silver with an electroplated salmon finish.
Legacy Machine Flying T – The brand’s first timepiece dedicated exclusively to women is a three-dimensional creation with a cambered bezel and beveled lugs on a round case that is fully set with diamonds.
Le Paon – The brand makes its debut with a watch offered in ten references, with case and bracelet options of bead-blasted matte, satin-brushed or hand-polished surfaces, as well as eight dial layout options.
Fiji Floral Seconds – The dial of the brand’s inaugural ladies watch is animated by a small seconds subdial at 6 o’clock designed as an openworked lattice that rests above a rotating disc.
Nethuns II Colorum – The watch features a sculpted outer case in either 925 silver or a bronze alloy made of copper and tin. This outer case is fitted over a watertight inner case that holds the movement.
28E – The in-house and hand-finished movement features two synchronized escape wheels – a system that uses less energy and has greater stability than traditional lever escapements. The dial is grand feu enamel over gold.