Jacob & Co. Astronomia Flawless Emperor Dragon

Astronomia Flawless Dragon cleverly merges the complex world of fine watchmaking and art.

Jacob & Co. launched the Astronomia Flawless Emperor Dragon, which has never been seen in the world. “This is the masterpiece of the Astronomia series,” said Jacob Arabo, founder of Jacob & Co. “I have always liked Ilona Andrews’ famous quote,’If the sky can dream, it will dream of dragons.’ I have always dreamed of creating the ultimate dragon to show the Astronomia Flawless case, and now we have done it.”

The new Astronomia Flawless Imperial Dragon has a hand-carved hand-painted dragon that surrounds the spectacular Astronomia two-axis tourbillon movement. In a sense, when you see the Astronomical Flawless Emperor Dragon, you don’t know where to look. The incredible dragon is fascinating, but the spinning and spinning tourbillon, the spinning hand-painted magnesium globe, and the spinning 288-faced Jacob cut diamonds are also fascinating. In fact, the beauty of the handmade dragon and all its incredible details are reflected in the rotating facets of the diamond.

Astronomia Flawless‘s 360-degree sapphire crystal case itself is an engineering feat, because the entire case is made of crystal clear sapphire, showing the entire movement and the emperor dragon sculpture to everyone. In short, the production of the Flawless case requires Nearly 1,000 hours of extra working time to produce.

“The finishing touch”
“Drawing a dragon and finishing touch” is a Chinese phrase that means to put the finishing touches on something, emphasizing the attention to detail when creating the 18K rose gold sculpture of the Emperor Dragon.

After nearly three months of uninterrupted work, the sculptor painstakingly created and casted a solid dragon in 18K rose gold, then polished and completed the sculpture. The dragon is actually four pieces-head, body, tail and water underneath-and then must be assembled seamlessly. This is no easy task, because the Golden Dragon is very heavy and the screws to fix it are very small. Be careful not to scratch the surface of the dragon when assembling it.

Then, the dragon turned to the painter, and he completed all the small details of the dragon’s scales, teeth, tongue, and eyes. Therefore, the emperor is alive and well with great care and golden light. Discount fake watches

In China, the dragon is reserved for the emperor and represents power, prosperity, love and passion, and good luck. In fact, these legendary rulers are called “children of dragons.” For many emperors, the dragon they used was often holding a pearl. In this case, the dragon represents authority and the pearl represents wisdom. In the Astronomical Flawless Emperor Dragon, one of the dragon’s claws is holding a magnesia-blue lacquered globe, and the other is holding a pearl (actually an 18K rose gold ball painted with pearls), which doubles as a fixed point for Sculpture inside the monolithic sapphire crystal case.

The dragon is red because it is the most auspicious color, representing the royal family and imperial power. Emperors often wore red, their room doors were painted red, and they always wrote their decrees in red ink. Therefore, red is very reasonable for Emperor Dragon.

Art tour
There has never been a timepiece and astronomical flawless imperial dragon that combines fine watchmaking craftsmanship with fine art. The Flawless box is the perfect gallery to display this unique sculpture-so you can check it out at any time instead of being locked in a dusty museum.

The dragon surrounds the Haute Horlogerie astronomical movement, muscular and full of vitality. The dragon’s body undulates around the watch like the Great Wall of China, protecting the movement from any possible damage.

Amazing work at an amazing price
You can wear the unique Astronomia Flawless Imperial Dragon on your wrist for $1.5 million. This is a highly complex timepiece with exquisite artistic sculptures displayed inside. Astronomia Flawless Imperial Dragon is an amazing work, which perfectly fits wholesale Jacob & Co.’s motto “Inspired by the impossible.”