Best corum ti bridge tourbillon rose gold diamonds replica watch

In 2011, the corum ti bridge tourbillon rose gold replica watch stages a stunning encounter between Haute Horlogerie and Haute Joaillerie.A daringly contemporary expression of the Corum baguette movement, the first Ti-Bridge presented in 2009 has already created a sensation. The 2010 version of this model with its flying tourbillon and titanium case then took the brand’s technical expertise to a new pinnacle of achievement. No less than 689 brilliant-cut diamonds (8.64cts) pave the case, 18K red gold dial and the caseband, forming a gemstone river that highlights the extraordinary mechanism that is completely unveiled.

Corum Ti-Bridge Tourbillon

The overall mechanism is held in place by a feature that has become an integral part of the unique corum ti bridge replica style signature: cross-bars that secure the movement firmly in the center of the case. Also made from gold-treated ARCAP, they help to create a truly spectacular weightless effect.

Corum Ti-Bridge Tourbillon

The generously sized 42.5 mm by 52.3 mm tonneau-shaped case is water-resistant to a depth of 30 meters. Crafted from red gold and entirely set with sparkling gems, its ample proportions give pride of place to the caliber and its constantly moving tourbillon that are visible from all sides, including through the case-back. It is delivered with two straps: one in hand-sewn black crocodile leather, the other in brown crocodile leather, and both equipped with an 18K red gold folding clasp. This version of the Ti-Bridge Tourbillon is available in an ultra-limited 25-piece edition.

The 2011 version of the corum replica watches appears adorned in 689 diamonds totaling 8.64 carats! This radiant splendor dramatically highlights the fabulous baguette movement which, suspended by its cross-bars, appears to be floating weightlessly in the center of the red gold tonneau-shaped case. The effect is further accentuated by the flying tourbillon which, in the absence of an upper bridge, looks as if it is levitating above the movement.


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