Admire Ulysse Nardin HMS Caesar Classico Cloisonne Watch

Jun 29, 2011
Ulysse Nardin is excited to unveil its new HMS Caesar Classico Cloisonne watch, which pays homage to a noble Royal Navy seafarer. Launched on November 16, 1793, the HMS Caesar was an eighty-gun ship of the Royal Navy. Named after Julius Caesar, it was among six British ships, which earned their fame in the legendary 1801 Battle of Algeciras Bay.

The new Ulysse Nardin watch is proposed with a 40mm case, submersible to 50 meters. It is crafted from white or rose gold. The model is offered in a limited series of 30 pieces per each version.

Housed in the case is an extraordinary dial, which turns the timepiece into a true work of art. It utilizes a Cloisonne technique, first applied in the jewelry of the ancient Near East. The display employed in its manufacturing more than 500mm of fine gold wire. To achieve the necessary results the brands peerless artisans invested more than 50 hours of painstaking effort and made more than 26 operations.

The face of the new Ulysse Nardin HMS Caesar Classico Cloisonne watch depicts the ship, sailing through the emerald green sea. The whole image is presented against a deep blue background.

The display ensures hours, minutes and seconds. Animating the functions is a COSC-certified UN caliber 815 movement. It supplies a 42-hour power reserve.

Keeping the new Ulysse Nardin watch secured to the wearers wrist is a blue leather strap.

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