2007: Greubel Forsey Tourbillon 24 Seconds Asymmetrical, White Gold With Anthracite Dial
If haven't come through to see the Greubel Forsey 10th Anniversary Retrospective Exhibit at the Stephen Silver flagship store, you are missing out. This is the first time all of the pieces from the luxury watch maker have been assembled in one location. Each piece is a stand alone wonder of haute horlogie and to see the progression of the brand in person is a historic event.
Here is the second piece in the Greubel Forsey collection...
2007: Tourbillon 24 Seconds Asymmetrical, White gold with Anthracite dial
The Tourbillon 24 Secondes Aysmétrique features a fast-rotating tourbillon inclined at 25° at 8 o’clock, manual winding movement, double mainspring barrels, 72-hour power reserve at 2 o’clock and small seconds at 6 o’clock. An 18k gold dial in anthracite or silver is housed in a 43.5 mm x 16.11 mm case distinguished by a hand-satinised case band and side window looking onto the tourbillon.
The exhibit runs through November 22nd. Stop by the Stephen Silver Flagship Store in the Rosewood Sand Hill Hotel to see all of the pieces for yourself.