The house of Cyrus
is delighted to present its mind-blowing Kuros collection
. It is inspired by the historical events, occurred at the time, when Cyrus
, the great king of Persia
reigned. Honest and fair beyond compare, he was attacked by Croesus, King of Lydia, who ignored the prophecy of the Delphic Oracle.
The Oracle told him that a “great nation would fall", if he crossed the Halys River. Unfortunately, the great nation turned out to be his own. Thus, nothing could threaten the Cyrus’ ascent to power.
Every watch, included in the new Kuros collection
is endowed with an original design, which required years of intensive development. Both traditional and trendy, this collection demonstrates the ability of Cyrus to unite the past and present.
delights the connoisseurs of exclusive watchmaking with its new Klepcys collection
. The amazing watches, included into the line, pay tribute to Babylon - a city-state of ancient Mesopotamia
. It was situated on the Euphrates River about 50 miles to the south of the modern Baghdad, just to the north of what is now the modern Iraqi town of al-Hillah.
In 539 BC, the Neo-Babylonian Empire fell to Cyrus the Great, king of Persia
, with an unprecedented military engagement known as the Battle of Opis. Cyrus didn’t destroy an enchanting city. Many people in Babylon welcomed the Persians as liberators and the Persian king ensured that local religious customs were observed.
The city of Babylon was known for the Hanging Gardens, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. It was also famous for its imposing seven-storied Tower of Babel. With its height equal to 91 meters, it was believed to “lead to the heavens”.