Item Type: Replica ASTRONOMIA METEORITE TRIANGLE DIAMONDS Watches
Case Material: White Gold with Diamonds,Sapphire
Model Number: AT.100.40.AC.UR.A
Brand Name: Jacob & Co.
Movement: Manual Winding
Dial Diameter: 50 mm
Thickness: 25 mm
Dial: White Gold,Diamonds
Clasp Type: pin Buckle
Boxes: common box package without paper
Water Resistance Depth: life proof water
Band Material Type: leather strap
Jacob & Co. debut astronomer meteorite
Astronomia watches have technical complexity and outstanding appeal, and are the hallmarks of Jacob & Co. Maison. Following the tourbillon, sky and clarity models, meteorites appeared, which is a jewelry version of turbulent aesthetics. A model with a strong visual impact, which can reflect celestial bodies, fragments of asteroids pass through the atmosphere and hit the surface
The Earth’s. The unique version of this model shines with 356 triangle-cut diamonds and curved sapphire crystals.
Jacob & Co. debut in astronomy
At the Basel Watch Fair, Jacob & Co.’s precious astronomical gravity three-axis tourbillon and sapphire case made its debut. The impressive three-dimensional movement attracts the hearts of watch lovers through the enchanting ballet of four constantly rotating satellites. The Kyropoulos method is used to crystallize astronomically clear sapphires to achieve the highest purity. Special extreme care and unique tools can be used to shape sapphires.
JACOB&CO. — 30 years of grinding the surface
Jacob Arabo’s enthusiasm stems from Jacob & Co.’s 16-year success in the jewelry industry and the launch of the first timepiece in 2002. This bold work has been shown at least five different times. Set multiple areas on the same dial and set many high-end complications that the standard will follow in the next decade.
In 2006, Jacob & Co. launched the Quenttin model-the first watch with a 31-day power reserve and a vertical tourbillon. In 2013, Jacob & Co. Epic SF 24 introduced a new style of second time zone display unprecedented so far, which inspired the old mechanical flip display of airports and train stations. Two years ago, the brand showed its boldest and most complex model to date: the observatory, one of the four central axes of the movement has a three-axis tourbillon orbiting, and the remaining three have a rotating earth and moon. The hour, minute and minute hands are all visible under the huge domed sapphire crystal.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the brand, Jacob & Co. increased the total production volume of its incredible astronomy series to 99 pieces and added a brand new astronomical meteorite model. The main difference between all models in this series is the interpretation of the back cover part of the case, which can be seen under the huge sapphire crystal dome that covers the floating movement. In the original astronomical tourbillon model, this is a layer of Aventurine covered on 18-carat gold and covered with an 18-carat gold lattice structure.
In the black gold astronomy tourbillon model, it adapts to the dark tone of the case and retains the atmosphere of Aventurine, but the white gold case adds a black DLC coating to match the case. In the baguette version, the 16-carat French baguette diamonds on the back of the case and the lugs replace the Aventurine Star, while in the astronomical sky, the celestial theme of the movement is faithfully displayed on the base of the constellations and constellations. . The clarity of astronomy emphasizes the illusion of suspension through the use of a sapphire crystal case back, which shows the movement rotating in space from four sides.
Although as the name suggests, astronomer meteorites follow the aesthetic principles of other jewelry models and cancel the Venus gem base. Here, no less than 357 triangle-cut diamonds (133 on the base, 124 on the case, and 100 on the lugs) are inlaid on the bottom plate, the sides of the case and the lugs, weighing a total of 35.30 carats. However, what is impressive here is the hidden number hidden behind the weight of the diamond, because triangular cuts are notorious due to the large amount of rough stones lost during the cutting process. Therefore, the JCAM10 manual winding movement has four independent shafts, each with a rotating element at the end, so it is bathed in unparalleled light, bouncing from the 357 diamonds that surround it. On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the establishment of the brand, this is a breakthrough in the two passions of Jacob Arabo, namely his knack for creating the ultimate achievement of high-end jewelry replica limited edition watches.