owhere could that be clearer than with the Manero Tourbillon Double Peripheral Paradise, limited to just 18 pieces. This scene-stealer looks set to redefine CFB, with an 18K rose gold case framed by a full-spectrum bezel containing 40 baguette-cut gemstones including tsavorites, sapphires, and rubies.
Every gemstone is unique – naturally occurring and naturally coloured – and has been painstakingly selected to ensure each one merges seamlessly with the next. This challenge was made all the harder with additional gemstone index marks on the black sunray dial that exactly match the corresponding stones on the bezel. Rose-gold-plated hands complement the case, while a black hybrid rubber strap completes the dynamic look.
Beyond its eye-catching design, this is also one of CFB’s finest timepieces and an expression of Carl F. Bucherer watchmakers’ supreme finesse. As a “Double Peripheral,” it features two of the brand’s signature peripherally mounted technologies in its 33-jewel movement: an automatic winding system and a “floating” tourbillon cage.
- Carl F. Bucherer reveals its uninhibited side with a cascade of colour in the Manero Tourbillon Double Peripheral Paradise, and gives the Manero Peripheral a lighter, brighter makeover.
A refresh to the Manero lineup also sees CFB’s popular Manero Peripheral in 40 mm given an injection of natural color, with circle brushed dials in blue, salmon, brown, and green, all with black small seconds; and silver white and black dials with black and silver-white small seconds respectively. All are presented in stainless steel cases with a hybrid rubber strap. Together, the Manero Tourbillon Double Peripheral Paradise and the updates to the Manero Peripheral in 40 mm showcase a dynamic new era for CFB.
- Carl f. Bucherer Manero Peripheral