At BaselWorld 2006, Buben & Zorweg presented its new World Time collection of mechanical clocks, including the first ever world time mechanical clock with a tourbillon.
This 15-day mantle clock was named after the famous Greek mathematician, Pythagoras, because of its striking triangular shape. It has a flying minute tourbillon incorporating the B & Z initials and an intricately crafted silver-plated dial. There are indicators for world time, seconds, date and a power reserve.
The movement is made by the German manufacturer Erwin Sattler and is cased in macassar wood, metal and crystal.
Source: Buben & Zorweg
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