Month: October 2020

Inheritance Of The Long Teacher Road Mido Midi Watch Tribute To Teachers’ Day

are elaborate and elegant decorations on the wrist. They have been baptized by time and settled into eternal classics. Behind the scenes are the full-hearted commitment of generations of craftsmen and the passing of the fire, integrating tradition The soul of every watch. The same goes for Swiss Mido. From 1918 to 2012, since George Salon founded the ‘Mido’ brand in Zurich, Switzerland, nearly a century has passed, and today’s watchmakers are as polished and assembled as every one of them. When their strong hearts began to beat, today’s respect for their predecessors also quietly flowed out with the sound of ‘tickling’, applauding the civilization passed on by fire and fire, and forging eternal time together.
    Teachers are like water, and good is like water. Water is good for everything without dispute. The teacher is as imminent as the sea, he can live and breathe, regardless of gains and losses, the only thing he wants is his disciples. The Mido Helmsman Diamond Women’s Watch is inspired by the Sydney Harbour Bridge, exuding a strong maritime atmosphere, making people wonder about the world as broad as the teacher’s mind. To complement the slender beauty of women, the diameter of this watch’s dial is designed to be 31 mm, but the smooth and elegant curves and the fresh silver stainless steel have widened the reading field of vision, although small but open; the swirling Geneva wave is decorated on the dial As if the propellers are spinning quickly, it awakens the cool white water splashes, awakens the tranquil sea, and increases the depth of the watch; the transparent bottom cover also adds a translucent texture, as clear as the sea water.
    The finishing touch is the eight diamonds on the dial. These eight diamonds are exquisite and clear, and they hold the quite dynamic swirling ripples on the dial. There is stillness and relaxation in the movement. As a teacher, the spring wind and rain, but they have a solemn spirit; the polished hands are perfectly natural. , Firm, capable and stern. Scratch-resistant sapphire mirror and 50-meter water resistance increase the durability of this watch.
    Teaching teachers and scholars with rigor and conscientiousness can only be regarded as an example. The Mido Belem Sairee Observatory Ladies Watch uses a Swiss Observatory-certified mechanical movement to accurately record every minute and every second. The Swiss Observatory certification has strict requirements on the chamfering of the edges of the parts, the material of the balance spring and balance wheel, and the daily error. This is like the meticulous research spirit of the teacher before the case. The inspiration source of watch design-Milan Emmanuel II Arcade, inherits the elegance of classical architecture, and is also the originator of modern sealed glass shopping center. Inheritance and innovation, the perfect combination of the two makes the arcade The glass dome still shines under the blue sky, exuding charming charm. The women’s dial of the Belem Sairee Observatory is surrounded by atmospheric Roman numerals, and the gingival pattern creates a sense of layering and extension, which is an inheritance of the classic spirit; the bevel-cut diamond hands are sharp and unstoppable. The thirst for fresh ideas and inspiration. Mentoring scholars also pay attention to innovation, standing on the shoulders of giants, and going out of their own way. The all-steel strap is made of high-grade 316L stainless steel, which blends naturally with the bezel, exuding solemn silver light throughout. The double-sided anti-glare sapphire mirror and 50 meters of water resistance enhance the practicality of this series of watches.

Baek Philippe’s First Correction Table

Patek Philippe made a major announcement: From now on, every Patek Philippe movement will include silicon components. If this is not enough to attract enough attention from the watchmaking industry, then the brand’s new watch released in Geneva stores on Wednesday night must not be ignored.
At the Geneva boutique, Patek Philippe’s latest calendar correction table Ref 5235 is on display. © Worldtempus / Louis Nardin
    The brand put three firsts into this watch. On Wednesday night, Thierry Stern and his wife, Sandrine, who is also the head of the creative department, proudly displayed the brand’s song three-pin one-line watch at the Geneva store. As Stern mentioned in an exclusive interview, Ref 5235-which also includes an annual calendar-was inspired by a clock in his father’s Philippe Stern office.
Thierry and Sandrine Stern personally introduce the Patek Philippe’s first three-hand, one-line watch Ref 5235. © Worldtempus / Elizabeth Doerr
    Secondly, this timepiece represents Patek Philippe’s first watch with a stopwatch function. ‘No support is needed now,’ explains Thierry Stern. ‘Technology is mature.’ Here, the frequency of this movement is unheard of 3.2 Hz (23,040 vibrations per hour). ‘For accuracy and power reserve, this is the best frequency we aspire to,’ he continued. Finally, the Caliber 31-260 REG QA was fortunate to be Patek Philippe’s first movement designed with three silicon components: an escape wheel, a lever and a hairspring.
Caliber 31-260 REG QA is a self-winding movement with a pearl tourbillon. This watch with a diameter of 40.5 mm is 10.65 mm thick. © Worldtempus / Elizabeth Doerr

    ‘We didn’t make such improvements for ourselves,’ Stern emphasized. ‘The new trait is the satisfaction of our customers.’
Another brand new element is the Patek Philippe emblem engraved on the gray face plate, which brings endless elegance. © Worldtempus / Elizabeth Doerr

Vacheron Constantin Metiers D’ Art Series “Fabuleux Ornements Legend Decoration” Creates A New Horizon

Vacheron Constantin Metiers d’ Art master ‘Fabuleux Ornements’ series invites you to embark on a trip to the world of decorative arts, bringing you the unique charm of decorative arts in different cultures. Two years after the first release of the series, Vacheron Constantin has launched four new watches, continuing the series with a variety of arts and crafts carved into the art, and engraved with the characteristics of the new works of the Geneva mark.

 Ten master craftsmen reinterpreted the artistic charm of Ottoman architecture, Chinese embroidery, Indian manuscripts and French lace with superb skills. These pieces are equipped with exquisite hand-carved movements: 18K gold 1003 ultra-thin movement. The decoration on the front of the movement is extremely exquisite, the finest point is only about one tenth of a millimeter, and the reverse side uses Vacheron Constantin’s unique chamfering and hand-carving technology, retaining its pure and unique appearance.

 Traditional art blends with different cultures. The ‘Indian Manuscript’ timepiece uses a large flame filled enamel and hand-carved crafts, highlighting its excellent skills. The ‘Ottoman Architecture’ timepiece is hand-chamfered, and the gold pane is set with semi-pearl grains and placed on a purple mother-of-pearl substrate. The ‘French Lace’ timepiece uses a translucent machine-engraved big fire enamel dial, and the gold chassis is decorated with an organic engraving pattern, which makes the transparent enamel show a delicate layering and is inlaid with rubies and diamonds. The fourth timepiece is ‘Chinese embroidery’. The dial is outlined with platinum reeling and emerald inlaid. This dial is carved from mother-of-pearl, decorated with pink opal cut and carved by gem carving, and is embellished with delicate gold leaves and stamens.

 For more than 260 years, Vacheron Constantin has persistently used arts and crafts to add the beauty of timepieces, and has been used to produce the most exquisite works since the brand was founded. Hand engraving is this challenging process that requires the patience and skill of the craftsman. The first timepiece manufactured by Jean-Marc Vacheron in 1755 was already equipped with a carved balance plate. As an expert in this extremely complex field, Vacheron Constantin has shown endless creativity and used the engraving process on various complicated movements, while skillfully combining with other art processes.