Graff Luxury Watches presents MasterGraff Perpetual Calendar, a new complication timepiece which pushes the boundaries of horological innovation and design expertise.
The MasterGraff Perpetual Calendar is equipped with the Graff Calibre 7 – a new and exclusive proprietary movement with a depth of just 7.72mm.
Featuring the highly complex Perpetual Calendar complication, the intricate openwork dial enables the wearer to view the day, date and month, which appear in a fluid horizontal line. The two discs indicating the days and months are crafted using a highly complex scientific electroforming process, which creates the matter for the discs – resulting in a mesmerising skeletonised effect.
A specially formulated resin positioned around and above the date has been treated to give it a translucent appearance, which shrouds the inner workings of the timepiece with an enthralling effect. A dial indicating leap years also features and if the timepiece remains wound, it is not necessary for the date to be adjusted until 2100.
The tourbillon cage which completes one revolution in precisely 60 seconds is a new design for Graff and has three Icon-inspired spokes, with the inverted Icon motif on one tip indicating the second hand. A true feat of engineering and technical prowess, a 22 carat gold, offset rotor with a depth of just 2.4mm has been skillfully integrated into the calibre and can be clearly viewed on the reverse of the watch.
The MasterGraff Perpetual Calendar also incorporates features synonymous with Graff’s DNA including a striking faceted bezel, an Icon perfectly positioned at 12o’clock and a diamond set crown.
Power reserve: 42 hours
Functions: Day, date, month, leap year indicator
Case: 46mm platinum
Strap: Alligator leather