A extraordinary piece for Only Watch 2019 , Frederique Constant presents a form of its Tourbillon Perpetual Calendar including a dial designed out of a shooting star found in Namibia. Standing apart with its one of a kind surface, the blue openwork dial echoes the shade of eighth version of the biennial foundation auction.
Frederique Constant introduced its first tourbillon in 2008. It was followed in 2016 by its first perpetual calendar development. The two previously mentioned complications were combined in 2018 on board the FC Perpetual Calendar Tourbillon Manufacture to commend the brand’s 30th commemoration. With a sticker price under CHF 20,000 (for certain adaptations), the Frederique Constant Tourbillon Perpetual Calendar is an ideal representation of the brand’s vision to offer watchmaking works of art at an available price.
The watch is powered by oneself winding type FC-975. Obvious through the openwork dial and presentation caseback, it is designed with Geneva stripes and perlage. At 6 o’clock the tourbillon confine comprises 80 sections, including a silicon escapement haggle. The predetermined number of the watch is engraved on the pen (N°1), which is a decent touch. The perpetual calendar shows the day, date, months and jump year indication.
The exceptional piece is introduced in a 18k pink gold three-section case. Estimating 42mm in breadth it includes an adjusted bezel and a fluted onion crown. The watch is introduced on a gator tie with an elastic completion. For more data, kindly visit www.frederiqueconstant.com