is proud to introduce its new unique timepiece - the Orbital Confucius watch
The gyrating tourbillion
, boasting an advanced mechanical nature and fascinating in appearance, is featured along with a miniature painting of Oriental charm
, rightfully considered to be an outstanding piece of art.
The luxurious timepiece reveals a portrait of Confucius
. It is hand-painted on an ultra-thin black onyx dial
, inserted on a golden disk’s top. Fabrication of the watch required fifteen kiln firings, implying many hours of dedicated work.
The Tourbillon Orbital watch is a groundbreaking timepiece from Jean Dunand relevant to the range of Unique Timepieces.
The Jean Dunand Tourbillon Orbital watch
boasts a one-minute flying tourbillon
orbiting the dial once per hour on a revolving movement patented by the brand. The timepiece also shows off an innovative power-reserve indicator in the case-band. Watch lovers may enjoy a full view of the movement as well as the moon phases presented by the case-back.
and Christophe Claret
stunned the world of watchmaking by the IO200 manually-wound rotating movement
that received its name after Jupiter’s moon. The movement proved that their fellow watchmakers who believed that it was impossible to create an orbiting tourbillon were wrong.
is proud to unveil its new extremely sophisticated timepiece, a feat of micro-engineering complexity, originally named “Shabaka
The watch captures imagination by a unique combination of horological complications: a minute-repeater on cathedral gongs, an instantaneous perpetual calendar with an unforeseen display of the dates, phases of the moon and leap-year cycle, not to mention an ingenious state-of-wind indicator.
The calendar indications
of the Jean Dunand Shabaka watch are presented with help of four cylinders
. The cylinders are rotated by four different 90-degree transmission systems, each provided with a security device for precise calendar changes.