Corum takes aesthetic venturing to the levels of technical perfection. Through numerous collections, applying the basic principles of traditional the watchmaking industry, the manufacture is constantly on the pursue of its path free from the influence of passing trends.
Presented by Corum in 1980, the Golden Bridge model using its linear-winding baguette movement went lower within the good reputation for the watchmaking industry.
Earlier, Corum has unveiled its new Corum Golden Bridge Dragon watch. It’s really an aesthetic watch. The dragon isn’t any stranger to the watchmaking industry so when it can make a look and feel on the watch dial, it brings by using it greater than a touch of drama. Frequently known as upon to become a custodian of treasure, the neat line-from the CO 113 baguette movement is within this case the riches, so the scene is placed.
The tonneau-formed case from the Golden Bridge Dragon measures 34 x 51mm and it is distinguishable by its clever look-see case-side crystals that provide an excellent look at the mechanics, as well as in this case an additional look at the sculpted dragon. Case-back sapphire continues the panorama, and here the artistry continues, with increased loupe-worthy focus on detail, showing a rear look at the regal creature. The crown is hidden in underneath the six o’clock location so they won’t disturb the flow from the case profile or viewing movement.
Four models from the Corum Golden Bridge Dragon watch is going to be made available to buy, including two high-jewelry models set with a good amount of round-cut or baguette-cut diamonds. Case options are white gold, or rose gold models, or perhaps a grade 5 titanium case with black PVD coating. Each edition will be provided on the black alligator strap guaranteed towards the wrist having a triple folding clasp, that has been diamond-looking for the jewelry models adding an additional touch of luxury, as though it were needed.
The Corum Golden Bridge Dragon watch includes a truly artisan dial that has been thoroughly hand-crafted. First, red-colored gold is put right into a mould developing a tough outline from the creature. This provides the artist a rudimentary form where to operate his miracle. The striking 3-D effect is acquired though two days of toning, then the individual scales from the creature happen to be introduced to existence. In the finished form, the dragon appears to wrap themself round the movement offering it his protection. And thus he seems, claws attracted prepared to defend and able to breathe fire upon his adversaries, including a gem-expected tail.
The “baguette movement” was created by Corum in 1980. The nicely lined-up systems seem to be suspended offering an illusory quality to any or all Golden Bridge models. This piece is operated by the hand-wound CO 113 movement featuring a red-colored gold mainplate and bridges, including a maximum bridge onto that the Corum signature continues to be hand-engraved. The movement beats in a frequency of 28,000 vph and it is outfitted having a variable-inertia good balance to guarantee lengthy-term high precision.