The new Manero Tourbillon Double Peripheral Paradise watch by Carl F. Bucherer boasts an 18 K rose gold case framed by a full-spectrum bezel containing 40 baguette-cut gemstones including tsavorites, sapphires, and rubies.
Every gemstone is natural, unique and has been painstakingly selected to ensure each one merges seamlessly with the next. The gemstone index marks on the black sunray dial exactly match corresponding stones on the bezel.
Rose-gold-plated hands complement the case, while a black hybrid rubber strap completes the dynamic look.
Moreover, this gem-set Tourbillon Double Peripheral watch features two of the brand’s signature peripherally mounted technologies in its 33-jewel movement: an automatic winding system and a “floating” tourbillon cage.
Neither mounted in the movement’s main plate, nor attached to an overlying bridge, the shock-proof tourbillon is supported peripherally by three ceramic ball bearings and seems to float in space.
This COSC-certified movement offers a power reserve of 65 hours. The Carl F. Bucherer Manero Tourbillon Double Peripheral Paradise is limited to just 18 pieces.
Model: Carl F. Bucherer Manero Tourbillon Double Peripheral Paradise Limited Edition, Reference 00.10928.03.39.11
Automatic, manufacture caliber CFB T3000, COSC-certified chronometer, diameter 36.5 mm, height 4.6 mm, 33 jewels, power reserve 65 hours
Floating tourbillon, seconds stop, hour, minute, and small seconds
18 K rose gold case, bezel set with 40 tsavorites, sapphires, and rubies in rainbow colors, baguette cut 3.9 ct., domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on both sides, case back with sapphire crystal and anti-reflective coating, water-resistant to 3 bar (30 m), diameter 43.10 mm, height 11.57 mm
Black sunray dial with 11 tsavorites, sapphires, and rubies in rainbow colors, baguette cut 0.4 ct.
Hands: Rose-gold-plated wedge hands
Hybrid rubber strap with “brushed” texture and quick release system, 18 K rose gold pin lock folding clasp
Limitation edition of 18 pieces