The new Senator Moon Phase Skeletonized Edition by Glashütte Original is a gala for the eyes with its numerous aspects inviting the wearer to discover the littlest details of a dial which is an unadulterated show-stopper.
The galvanic, skeletonized dial offers various views of the finely decorated Caliber 49-13.
This hand-wound manufactory development controls the focal hour and minute hands, the topsy turvy little seconds at 6 o’clock, the moon-phase display at 10:30 and the force save indicator at 2 o’clock.
Oscillating at a recurrence of 4 Hz, corresponding to 28,800 vibrations each hour, this development offers a force save of approximately 40 hours. It bears 35 gems, including 5 in screwed gold chatons.
Readability is great gratitude to the stainless steel blued hands sweeping over a part ring bearing dark Roman numerals.
Crafted from white gold, the classical yet sophisticated round case has a diameter of 42 mm with a height of 11.2 mm. It is waterproof to 3 bar (approximately 30 meters/100 feet).
Like the front, the posterior discloses the excellence of the development through an anti-reflective sapphire precious stone. In particular, it is possible to appreciate the swan-neck fine change and the exceptional chisel techniques of the artisan who engraved the bridges.
Completed by a dull blue Louisiana alligator calfskin tie with a white gold clasp, the Glashütte Original Senator Moon Phase Skeletonized Edition (ref. 1-49-13-15-04-01) has a price of Euro 37,400 (including neighborhood charge)/US$ 42,500 (preceding nearby assessment). The lash is additionally available with a white gold folding fasten. glashuette-original.com