2019 New Omega Constellation Zunba Calendar Calendar Watch

Nowadays, colorful watches are on the market, and the new Omega Constellation series Zumba watches are back to life, integrating classic black and stainless steel materials to redefine the trend of contemporary watches. In 2015, Zunba Watch became the world’s first chronometer. Now it continues to lead the development of watchmaking with a new look and more sophisticated craftsmanship.

Solid and elegant

 The new Zunba watch features a 41mm stainless steel case, which continues the classic grooved bezel and is made of solid, wear-resistant tungsten carbide.

Almanac dial

 The black polished dial features the iconic ‘pie’ style, which was derived from the design of the first constellation in 1952. Each facet on the dial is marked with the name of the month, and the hands, hour markers and constellation star emblem are made of white 18K gold. A calendar window at 6 o’clock.

Observatory badge

 The polished sapphire glass case back is inlaid with a stainless steel observatory badge pattern, which is a well-known sign of the constellation series, symbolizing Omega’s outstanding achievements in the observatory timing competition.

Extreme Observatory Movement

 The watch is equipped with a bright black leather strap and is equipped with the Omega 8922 movement. Both the movement and the entire watch have passed the rigorous tests of the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS) and are certified by the Observatory.

  What is Time to Move: Last year, the Swatch Group announced its withdrawal from Baselworld 2019. Then from May 14th to 16th this year, six high-end brands under the Swatch Group: Breguet, Harry Winston, Blancpain, Jaquet Droz, Glashütte Glashütte Original and OMEGA jointly held a new product launch exhibition in Switzerland to display brand new models of this year. At the same time, nearly 200 media from around the world are invited to participate.

Amazing 3d Effect Recommended By Nevere Hand-painted Watch

Nifuer’s Brand Introduction
 From Nieve in 1936, it was formerly a legendary Kramer jewelry store. The Kramer jewelry store is now one of the largest and oldest watch and jewelry stores in South Germany. Neveel insists on making in Germany. From design to production, it is done in the German workshop. To ensure the best quality, its raw materials are selected from Germany and Switzerland.

 Nieve’s ‘Made in Germany’ slogan is synonymous with its superb craftsmanship. In today’s luxury watch market, Neveel not only outperforms other brands in the category of watches, but also rivals other brands in quality and craftsmanship.

 Under the strict quality control, Nieve created many high-end watches, including timepieces. The timepiece is the most complex and exquisite work of art in the horological world. It sends out a sound notification through the intricate and coordinated operation of many tiny parts. In this distinctive connotation, the appearance of the timepiece is mostly unpretentious and not luxurious. But Neveel is unwilling to be ordinary, and combined with hand-painted art under the complicated technology of timepieces, it has become an art that cannot be copied.

In 2008, Neveel first released a limited edition hand-drawn watch. The dials of these hand-drawn watches are hand-painted by the well-known Parisian artist Thomas Diego Armonia. Thomas Diego Armonia’s hand-painted watches are unique. They are original paintings, and they are drawn only once.

Nivell presented the painting on sapphire glass or mother-of-pearl. The back of the glass is the background of the painting and the front is the main picture, which not only guarantees the artistry of the painting, but also guarantees the high-end level of the watch. In addition, in the creation of double-layered sapphire glass, the painting has an amazing 3D effect and is dazzling.

Thomas Diego Armonia is an artist who loves life and nature, and is good at drawing animal pictures on the wrist. The ‘horse’ drawn by him is unique and charming, or life or art.

What about the mechanical process of the timepiece?

The questionnaire usually uses a button or dial on the case to activate a series of devices to make a sound to report the current time. Usually there is a dial or button on the side of the case. When it is pushed or pressed, it will drive a series of mechanisms of the time signal device. It will sound with a small hammer and a ring-shaped spring bar. Resolving time.

This complication is one of the biggest challenges in mechanical watchmaking. Neveel successfully added a timepiece reed device in a limited space, making it different from other watches. Neveel replaced the cold and inanimate circuit boards with complicated and delicate mechanical processes, and regained the enthusiasm of consumers and collectors.

Wonderful Jaeger-lecoultre, Breguet And Jacques De Roux Paris Exhibition

What do Abraham-Louis Breguet, Marilyn Monroe and Lev Tolstoy have in common? This month in Paris, France will present three exciting exhibitions that will connect them with three watchmaking brands: Jaeger-LeCoultre, Breguet and Jacques Dro.

   Tuileries Garden JeudePaume Museum, more than 300 photographs by American photographer Philip Halsman (born in Latvia) are on display, with images by Marilyn Monroe, the Duke of Windsor and Salvador Dali .

   For the past 8 years, Jaeger-LeCoultre has been a partner of the JeudePaume Museum, sponsoring various exhibitions. The date goes back to 1937. After 3 years of research and development, Jaeger-LeCoultre ordered the Compass camera for London CompassCameras, which was discontinued after the end of World War II. The camera was known for its avant-garde design. ‘(To my surprise) the exhibitions are so closely linked that they are not obtrusive at all. The exhibition will run until January 24, 2016.

   No. 6 Place Vendôme, the permanent museum of the Breguet Boutique welcomes visitors. On November 5, last year, Breguet celebrated the re-opening of this store with a temporary exhibition of ‘Legends, Essences-The 10th Anniversary Theme Exhibition of Breguet Series’. The temporary exhibition has ended, but the permanent museum has survived. This is one of Breguet’s only three permanent museums in the world, and the other two are in Zurich and Shanghai.

   Here, we can explore and appreciate the sales registration archives since the end of the 18th century, the guilloche tools of 1820, and nearly 100 specially preserved timepieces. From simple models, travel clocks, tactile watches, famous order timepieces, superb complications, tourbillons, marine astronomical clocks with technical drawings, communication with well-known customers and those excellent timepieces they have, a long time span For two centuries. In addition, Breguet exhibited a series of aviation watches produced in the 1950s and 1970s.

   Visitors can enjoy the N ° 3104 antique pocket watch being displayed. Last November, this pocket watch was successfully repurchased from the Antigoron auction by the Breguet Museum and Brand President and CEO Mark Hayek. N ° 3104 is from Mr. Breguet. It is an 18K gold minute repeater pocket watch with hour-jumping function. The case is decorated with ‘barleygrain’ guilloché pattern. The guilloché silver dial is 12 o’clock. Breguet hides signatures on both sides. In 1818, the pocket watch was sold to the Spanish royal family.

   On 8 Heping Street, the Jacques de Dross boutique is welcoming visitors with its ‘Barber Tolstoy’ beard photography exhibition. Beards of all shapes, sizes and colors are seen and seen by Dimitri Tolstoy. Surprisingly, this is not the first time that Swiss watchmaking has been linked to a male beard. Last year, Hublot partnered with Australian charity BeardSeason to host a photo exhibition at Somerset House.

   French-born Dimitri Tolstoy has collaborated with Air France, Celine, Baccarat, Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Guerlain, has won numerous awards, and has been artistically rouged in France, Italy and Miami The gallery has held exhibitions. Jacques Dro set up an exhibition space for photographic works, especially on the lower floors of the boutique. These photos range from € 3,200 to € 3,800. The exhibition will run until January 18th, open from Monday to Saturday from 10:30 am to 19:00 pm. (Photo / text watch home Xu Chaoyang)