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Space Travel with Arnold&Son

Space Travel with Arnold&Son

Baselworld 2019 saw Arnold & Son continue with their tradition of astronomical timepieces

The 18K red gold mechanical timepiece comes in a limited edition of 28 pieces. Featuring a blue aventurine dial with a solid gold moon phase, the 42mm piece comes with an exclusive Arnold & Son mechanical hand-wound calibre A&S1512 developed especially for the moon phase complication and is equipped with a 90-hour power reserve. Resting on a hand-stitched alligator strap, the new HM Perpetual Moon Aventurine is priced at CHF 31,900 (approx.).

HM Perpetual Moon Aventurine

The iconic Time Pyramid makes a comeback with a skeletonised flying tourbillon movement seemingly afloat between two sapphire crystals. Equipped with the new calibre A&S8615, the watch pays tribute to the John Arnold's regulators with their distinctive hours, minutes, and seconds on different axes. Built on three levels, the movement offers a lively, three-dimensional face to the timepiece. The 44.6mm watch is available in two variations - 18K red gold and stainless steel – limited to 28 pieces each and priced at CHF 46,800 (approx.) and CHF 37,150 (approx.) respectively.

Time Pyramid Tourbillon

Offering a view into the heart of the in-house manufacture calibre, the three-dimensional, openworked Nebula comes in a reinvented 38mm gold case. Designed from the ground up, the 50-piece limited edition comes equipped with the hand-wound A&S 5101 calibre housing a 90-hour power reserve. Available in 18k red gold with two strap options – brandy leather and grey leather – the new Nebula is priced at CHF 23,300 (approx.).

Time Nebula
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