The Beauty Of The Dial The Starry Charm Is Blooming Among The Circles

Starry sky-mysterious because of deepness, dazzling because of starlight. Looking up at the starry night sky, I am very moved by the vast galaxy, the fleeting meteor, and the ever-changing day and night. The same touch also came from the bright starry sky blooming on the dial. The watchmaker carved a brilliant starry sky in that square, and then came to appreciate the beauty of the dial and the starry charm that bloomed on the dial.

 Audemars Piguet Star Watch

 Audemars Piguet created the Millennium Starry Series as a tribute to the beauty of the sky. The collection currently contains two watches dedicated to the deep night and a watch that celebrates the glory of the day. Audemars Piguet gives the watch its poetic temperament and continues to celebrate the theme of ‘oval time’. The oval or white gold case with full or partial diamonds gently supports the eccentric dial on the right, like a dark blue night sky, dotted with stars. Five star-studded diamond-marked stars reflect the beautiful blue large Arabic numerals.

 A meteor illuminates the starry sky, and the gradual trajectory subtly hints at the power reserve display function: a rose gold shiny polished three-dimensional faceted small hand facing the meteor indicates the power reserve status of the watch’s winding.

 At 6 o’clock, there is a pointer date display. The Arabic numerals are marked as a brilliant gold ring around the city. The wavy hands in the center indicate the date with a golden star-shaped tip.

 On the left side of the surface is a crescent moon with white mother-of-pearl or diamonds, with Roman numerals on it, emitting a crescent-like glow.

 Jaeger-LeCoultre dating series new starry sky watch

 The 18K white gold case presents the beauty and charm of the watch in a roundabout way. The watch shines like a starry sky, with dazzling diamonds extending from the case to the crown and bezel, and finally placed on the corolla composed of digital hour markers. The dial embodies the beauty of rare craftsmanship without affecting the clear display of time and function. The slender and graceful digital hour markers have become one of the series’ logos. Its pure contemporary style echoes the round crescent engraved curve of the dial. It originates from the ancient tradition of pure hand-carved patterns covered with transparent blue paint. The arc-shaped hour circle presents a beautiful and mysterious picture of the sky, and the precious and deep-grained lapis lazuli plate is marked with a constellation icon. There is also a meteor flying in the poetic starry sky: a beautiful diamond is set upside down on the second crown, and by simply rotating it, you can rotate the starry sky to personalize the constellation.

 Patek Philippe Sky Moon

 Patek Philippe Sky Moon’s built-in panoramic view of the sky, the most dazzling starry sky in the northern hemisphere, with a unique three-layer glass (respectively have a transparent dial driven by the same 365-tooth gear, sky chart dial and galaxy chart dial) with different Rotating at speed, it produces a breathtaking depth of field and the trajectory of the moon, which accurately displays the panoramic view of the vault of the stars and the moon moving in the night sky. Inside, there is an elliptical line, which can frame the sky range visible in Geneva, showing the complex watchmaking process of 100 Philippe, for you to pay more attention to new rewards.

Hermes Cosmic Star Enamel Watch

 The Arceau Attelage Céleste watch is a beautiful star map. Against the glittering starry sky, the iconic carriage pattern of Hermes is still unique. The senior craftsmen of the Hermès workshop use their clever hands to infuse the dial with the ancient large flame metal paillonné enamel craftsmanship that few people can control today, while injecting vitality into the dial, and also exquisite craftsmanship tradition passed down from generation to generation pay tribute. The craftsman first carved the pattern from the Hermès jewelry box on the gold dial, then filled it with transparent blue enamel powder, and then repeatedly fired it in a kiln close to 800 degrees Celsius. At the same time, the craftsman made the star-shaped gold flakes himself. During the firing process, they are embedded one by one in the enamel surface, making the picture of the night blue sky more deep and three-dimensional. The watch is equipped with the H1928 self-winding movement, which is exclusively developed by Vaucher Manufacture Fleurier. The solid gold oscillating weight is decorated with the H-mark texture dedicated to Hermès, and its exquisite workmanship can be seen from the crystal glass back.

The leather strap is made by the Hermes watchmaking workshop in Biel, Switzerland. The padding and saddle stitch front line are in line with the fine tradition of the brand’s saddle manufacturing process.

Updated: 29. October 2020 — 3:55
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