Sunday, September 15, 2013

Ulysse Nardin Royal Ruby

It’s truly an explosion of ruby red, when you look at the Ulysse Nardin Royal Ruby Tourbillon. The force of the Ruby has been used by the watchmaker to create a dramatic new statement with the Royal Ruby timepiece, as part of its Tourbillon collection. Constructed along the principles of famous Swiss watchmaker James Pellaton, its bridges and main plates are crafted in ruby and sapphire, making the flying tourbillon appears to defy gravity. Its movement parts are skeletonized and in perfect symmetry, while the manual winding system is unseen. These fine nuances enhance the beauty of the flying tourbillon.

 The timepiece which is a handcrafted masterpiece is lightweight in appearance. The Royal Ruby is set with 12 rubies distinguishing the hours, accompanied by 48 diamonds. Each gemstone is cut to perfection to fit the 41 mm platinum case made for this collection. To further enhance its appearance, it is attached to an alligator leather strap with a platinum folding buckle.
Its sibling timepiece, the Ulysse Nardin Royal Blue Tourbillon is a mechanical masterpiece embellished with sapphire. Its bridges and main plates are crafted in blue sapphire, allowing the flying Tourbillon to appear as if it is floating in an empty space.
 Unlike its sibling, the Royal Ruby Tourbillon is a smaller, more feminine piece of wrist decadence and is limited to 99 pieces.

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