RELOJ DUBOULE CASENEUVE AUTOMATICO CRISTAL ZAFIRO EN MÉXICO CIUDAD DE
Precio: $ 8.999,00
The Duboule Caseneuve is a shining example of impeccable style mixed with brilliant watchmaking design. The stainless steel tonneau case is but a backdrop to the intricacies pf the textured dial itself. Along with a cosmopolitan set of Arabic numeral markers, there resides a radiant tourbillon-like exhibition window with access to the timepieces ever twisting fly-wheel that is a fascinating way to assure that your automatic will remain in perfect working order. TY-604 automatic movement Front exhibition balance window Sapphire coated top crystal Luminous hands Big date window at 12 oclock Water resistance up to 3 ATM 37.5mm x 43mm x 13.5mm stainless steel case 177mm x 18mm stainless steel bracelet Screw-down exhibition case back Double-clasped divers buckle For more information: www.duboulewatches.com Then a jeweler and watchmaker by the name of Martin Duboule took signing to the next level when he added the phrase, à Genève underneath his name. This revolutionary decision was first presented on a skull watch made circa 1620. Martin was also known in his trade as a lapidary (precious stone engraver). This ability was well recognized when he created the earliest known Geneva watch decorated with champlevé enamel that now resides in Paris Cluny museum. Throughout the early 1600s Martin Duboule took on apprentices such as Abraham Patru, Jean Brendon, and Charles Arbalestrier not only to teach them about making watches but also about engraving. In the end, one of his most prolific students turned out to be his own son, Jean-Baptiste.Jean-Baptiste Duboule soon became a master watchmaker and engraver in his own right. The astronomical fusee watch he made ca. 1680 now resides in the British museum and is claimed to be the finest piece ever made for its time.
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