Nabucco Cello Tourbillon Watch from Raymond Weil

Nabucco Cello Tourbillon Watch

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Nabucco Cello Tourbillon Watch from Raymond Weil
Remind the hobby of the grandfather of the company
The grandson of the founder of Raymond Weil Oliver Bernheim presented a novelty in the Nabucco collection – Cello Tourbillon Watch, devoted to his hobby playing the cello. The image of the tool is recreated on the dial: four strings stretched between 9 and 3 hours, and the bridges resemble F-shaped cuts (ephs) to the cello. The arrows are made in the form of a bow, and the pattern of five lines on the bearer symbolizes a ton mill.
The RW1842 clock mechanism with a manual plant and the turbiumon in the “6 o’clock” position is open to favor on both sides. The caliber protects the housing from titanium and polished steel with a pvd coating of black color with carbon inserts on the sides. The diameter of the housing is 46 mm, the height is 15.25 mm.

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