Three new masterpieces inspired by Cornelis Escher's breathtaking artwork have been added to the wonderful collection. u-boat replica Angel Lizard and Horsemen watches display the graphic art of tessellation, demonstrating extraordinary skills from their craftsmen. These art pieces feature infinitely wrapped motifs that offer new perspectives, and an exciting illusion.
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The 40 mm white gold cases of the new u-boat replica watch are beautifully polished. The bezel is small to allow for an easy interface when displaying the artwork. The hands are also sceletonized for the same reason. The sapphire caseback allows you to see the self-winding Calibre 24-60 movement. The Hallmark of Geneva mechanism oscillates with a frequency of 28'800 vibrations per hour, giving it optimum power for up to 40-hours. It is a technical marvel, but it also features exquisite hand-made decoration. The mainplate is circular-grained, the angles are polished, and the flanks, which have been hand-drawn, feature a Cotes de Geneve motif. The gold oscillating mass has been decorated with a crossweave pattern guilloche.
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