Saturday, August 31, 2013
Corum Golden Bridge watch is a mechanical watchmaking masterpiece that runs on a specially designed mechanism utterly unique in the haute horlogerie world. The Golden Bridge name finds its origins in its extraordinary manually wound mechanism that places its components on a single bridge made of 18 gold. The wondrous workings of the movement can be seen through its equally unique display case made of sapphire crystals on both sides. The original form of this model was designed by renowned independent watchmaker Vincent Calabrese. The equally accomplished haute de gamme movements and complications specialist firm, Vaucher, constructed and reengineered the baton movement of the timepiece, strengthening critical areas and providing measures to prevent damage due to overwinding. Pieced together through strong collaborations and stringent quality standards, Corum’s Golden Bridge is a modern work of art – mechanically and aesthetically.
Check out Corum at Shreve & Co. in Palo Alto – authorized retailer for Corum.