, a beginning high luxury watchmaking company, is pleased to premier its sophisticated timepiece, equipped by an automatic tourbillon movement
The company, with Ateliers DeMonaco co-founder Robert van Pappelendam
among its representatives, premiered its white gold Grand Tourbillon XP Carre d'Or watch
created in white gold at an exceptional viewing session, visited by H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco
The curved case
of the Ateliers DeMonaco watch features the dimensions of 44.3mm x 48mm. It is sculptured in 18K white gold, embellished with brushed and polished surfaces. The case is built from 33 individual elements and demonstrates original rectangular shape, having been finished and hand-assembled by the companyís specialists.
The horological company Ateliers deMonaco
gladly delivers its new Quantieme Perpetual watch
, which upholds the highest levels of quality and craftsmanship. It is issued in a limited edition of just 88 pieces
The chief attribute of the new Ateliers deMonaco watch is the brand's innovative patented EaZy adjust system
, which enables the user to set an array of useful functions with one simple push of the crown. Alongside with indicating hours and minutes, the model displays date, day, week, month and leap year.
All the features are presented on the multi-layered titanium-tinted dial. On its base, it exposes a deep sunray pattern. The dial catches the eye with oversized Roman numerals. Taking care of hours and minutes are skeletonized 18K white gold hands.
Lovers of fine timepieces will be delighted to discover the new Grand Tourbillon XP Ronde díOr watch
, manufactured by Ateliers de Monaco
The breathtaking novelty employs a round-shaped 43 mm case
, composed of 31 individual parts. The core of the case is sculptured in titanium, characterized by extreme lightness. Its curved side panels, meanwhile, are rendered in 18K white gold
The case of the new Ateliers de Monaco watch is brushed, polished and assembled by hand. It is framed by a bezel, sculptured in white gold. On its front side, the case is assembled with a sapphire crystal with multi-layered glare-proofed treatment.
Some years ago, during her visit to the workshops of the famous horological company Ateliers de Monaco
, Charlene Wittstock
wondered if the brand planed to release a collection of wristwatches for women. The designers and craftsmen promised her to start developing such a line the following day and kept their word.
In July 2011, the house has launched its new La Sirene 8-piece limited edition watch
, which honored the royal wedding of Albert II, the Prince of Monaco, to Charlene Wittstock
. The modelís name stems from the local Monaco nickname for the new princess.
The design of the new Ateliers de Monaco watch is inspired by the King Protea (Protea Cinoroides)
- a national flower of South Africa, the motherland of Charlene
. Characterized by a distinctive symmetrical form, the flower on the dial is set with light blue Topaz stones.