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You loved the Perrelet Turbine watch collection. It was not only a popular watch to look at, many of you enjoyed it. Will it will finally be available starting this weekend at a special Perrelet watch event that will be held at the Lussori luxury watch store on Carmel-By-The-Sea, California (August 29-30). In addition to the Turbine watch, there will be other interesting Perrelet timepieces that will amuse and delight (and possibly lead to a new purchase). Among the crowd will be Virginie Perrelet, who is related to the great Abraham-Louis Perrelet of "way back when." Please don't pester her with questions about what Abraham-Louis was like.
The above two watches have Koi fish. You now the large carp in the shallow ponds that are fun to look at and more fun to feed. Prized Koi fish live for years, take a long time to grow, and can be worth thousands of dollars each. The high relief on the two watches is very well done. I particularly like the power model with the solitary Koi fish in red, actually looking as though it is a swimming through water. The above model's background is down with guilloche machine engraving.
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The Avakian Watch Concept 1 have two movements that are either manually wound or are automatic. The watches share the same functionality having the time, large date on two discs which are mostly exposed, and a smaller watch face at 6 o'clock that serves as a second timezone. The watches are available in four materials - all gold. White gold, brown gold, black gold and pink gold. So much gold! You can get the bezel with or without diamond decoration as well.
The Izul was awesome to behold and is in all titanium. One of the versions might be in steel, though I am not sure. The dial was based on hand held stopwatches, but you could see the similarity to the Speedmaster Moonwatch. In fact, the dial design is sort of important to Japanese people. It is based on a series of stop watches made my Seiko for the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. That was the not only the first Olympics in Japan, but the first in all of Asia as I understand it. October 12th is a national holiday celebrating this fact.
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This was a very interesting and informative video (translated to English from French) that recently came out from the FHH about enamel work on watches, and the four various types of techniques that are primarily used for watch dials. Many of us don't even recognize enamel art on watches - or cannot appreciate what goes into it. It is very tough work done by highly skilled (and patient) master artists who have been doing it for years. To get it just right on a watch dial can take a few tries as there is always risk involved in not only the actual painting, but also the 800 degree plus baking process. Most watches with "paintings" on them utilize enamel. This is because enamel lasts a long time, is hardy, will not fade, and has extremely bold and beautiful looks when done well. There is also the concept that a master worker hand-loved the dial of the watch and now you get to wear it.