Romain Jerome Liberty DNA Watch - Liberty to Enlighten Future Generations

Jul 17, 2012
To mark the 125th anniversary of the Statue of Liberty, Romain Jerome brings into the World of Watchmaking its new Liberty DNA Watch. The timepiece has been created in collaboration with The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation and Gold Leaf Corporation.

Inspired by the aesthetic codes of Miss Liberty, the bronze bezel of the new Romain Jerome watch demonstrates 12 spikes that will make you think of the statues crown. As time passes by, the bezel will acquire a nice patina, this way adopting the shade of the original.

The verdigris dial has been suggested by the color of oxidized copper. It incorporates true particles of Miss Liberty. The time is indicated by facetted bronze-colored hands.

The 46mm case is rendered in PVD-coated steel. It is 30-meter water-resistant. The case is teamed with a brown vintage-finishing alligator leather strap.

The case-back of the Liberty DNA watch holds one more surprise its medallion shows off the flame of liberty that lights up the stars and stripes of the American flag.

The heart of the Romain Jerome watch is a self-winding mechanical movement Caliber RJ001-A. Beating at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour, the 23-jewel movement offers 42 hours of power reserve.

The novelty will be available in a limited number of 125 pieces.

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