The Combination Of Hollow Art And Roger Dubuis Excalibur Brocéliande Watch Real Shot Tushang

The annual watch event, the Geneva International Watch Fair, has been opened. The watch team’s special front report team has begun to work, and they will bring you the latest, fastest and most comprehensive watch fair reports. Now let’s take a look at the big pictures of the latest watches launched by Roger Dubuis at the Geneva Watch Fair.
    Roger Dubuis has adopted a series of outstanding jewellery watches, showing the brand’s unique interpretation of high-end women’s timepieces, conveying the classic timeless and fashionable female charm. Nowadays, the brand has created a novel and ingenious jewellery timepiece for the Excalibur King series with its fascinating and superb creative skeletonized watches, and also interpreted a completely new feminine look for the skeletonized technology.

Ingenious combination of superb craftsmanship and complex aesthetics
   This Excalibur Brocéliande watch uses a clever combination of superb craftsmanship and complex aesthetics, a poetic timepiece with the theme of ivy leaves.

White gold case set with diamonds
   The white gold case is also set with fine diamonds on the sides.

Purple Alligator Strap
    The purple crocodile leather strap is exquisitely crafted, and the white gold folding buckle is set with fine diamonds.

Sancha lug design
    The Excalibur series has a three-pointed lug design, which is also set with fine diamonds.

Dial ivy and flying tourbillon blend perfectly
   The skeletonized dial is exquisite, and the ivy leaves meander around the dial, symbolizing a close relationship. Some decorative jewellery elements are also delicately wrapped around the hollowed-out flying tourbillon movement and dial, making it difficult to distinguish the boundary between the two.

Equipped with Roger Dubuis RD505SQ manual winding mechanical movement
    This skeleton watch is equipped with a Roger Dubuis RD505SQ manual-winding mechanical movement. Each bridge and main splint of the movement are open-worked and hollowed out. The extremely fine inner angle can be seen by the naked eye. It is entirely handmade and fully demonstrates Roger. Du Bi’s superb watchmaking skills.
Summary: The five-day Geneva Haute Horlogerie show presented a unique visual feast for us, and we look forward to the reporting group in front of the Watch House to bring us more exciting content.
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