Cuervo y Sobrinos has distilled the moon and the brand’s conquering spirit into the new skeletonised Robusto Tricalendografo Luna. Crafted in 18-carat rose gold, this timepiece is available in two limited series of 28 pieces each.
The skeletonised version of the Robusto Tricalendografo Luna has everything a connoisseur could want – a triple perpetual calendar, a moon-phase display and the beauty and transparency of a fine watch movement.
The timepiece displays the days and months in Spanish – a cosmic tribute to the great adventurers of the past and to the brand’s linguistic heritage. The fully rounded design of the large-diameter gold case recalls the curves of a sketch found in the abandoned Havana workshops.
The ultimate in art deco sophistication, a chased wave design crosses the watch and cleverly ties together the displays.
Inside the case is a Dubois Dépraz calibre with triple perpetual calendar and moon phases. Each piece in the limited series has a skeletonised oscillating weight in 18-carat rose gold. This model has a 42-hour power reserve. The screwed caseback is sealed to withstand 3 atm. of pressure.
The limited series model – 28 pieces with a black dial and 28 pieces with a white dial – is available in 8-carat rose gold on a crocodile strap. The limited series number is engraved on the bottom of the case. The model also exists in steel in a standard series with the following dial: black and white.