Octo Tourbillon Sunray by Gerald Genta

March 2009


Octo Tourbillon Sunray
by Gerald Genta
Revealed through an octagonal opening at 6 o’clock, the tourbillon is distinguished by a sapphire bridge that makes it seem to be of the flying kind. 64-hour power reserve. The dial composed of two superimposed gold plates affords the sight of an unexpected solar eclipse. Above the black-lacquered base with its minute track hovers an cloisonnÉ-worked depiction of the daystar. The luminosity of yellow gold bursts forth from the shade of the black lacquer on four depth-engraved triangles, on the raised retrograde hour numerals, and on the dauphine-shaped hands.

Source: Europa Star April-May 2009 Magazine Issue