Richard Mille Pendulum Clock to Mark Quebec's 400th Anniversary

Oct 24, 2008
Richard Mille has created a unique equation of time pendulum clock to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Quebec's foundation. The clock, being over three-meter high, reflects the contemporary spirit of all Richard Mille timekeeping creations. It draws attention to the structural beauty of fine mechanics.

Richard Mille's astronomic clock displays a range of complicated features. The list includes the following: a second time zone, a perpetual calendar, a constant force winding system, and an equation of time indicating the difference between mean solar time and civil time.

The Republic and Canton of Jura commissioned Richard Mille to create a one-of-a-kind clock for Quebec, to represent a token of friendship and pay tribute to a shared French-speaking culture.

The clock was unveiled at an official presentation ceremony held at the Francophone Summit in Quebec on October 18 - 19. Everyone interested may see the remarkable creation on permanent display at Montreal's Bibliotheque Gabrielle Roy.

Richard Mille has already participated in a number of other horological projects. In 2007, Richard Mille unveiled a unique Planetarium Tellurium developed in cooperation with renowned watchmakers Robert Greubel and Steven Forsey.

The sophisticated timekeeping creation functionally depicted a partial solar system, featuring a rotating earth orbiting the sun, a rotating moon orbiting the earth, moon-phases, and an equation of time complication.


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