Roger Dubuis released an ExcaliburTableRonde watch at the 2013 SIHH Watch Fair, creating a limited edition of 88 pieces with a distinguished, bold and historical mark. Next, please follow the footsteps of the special editor of the Watch House to broadcast live pictures for everyone.
There is a motto in the hearts of the Knights of the Round Table-‘brave and generous.’ For Roger Dubuis, this is the belief of its existence. Drawing inspiration from the adventures of King Arthur and his partners, this Geneva watch factory has created this limited edition collection of 88 pieces with a distinguished, bold and historical mark. This watch is the perfect crystallization of exquisite handicraft. It is equipped with the RD821 automatic winding movement, and 12 heroes holding gold swords form a perfect circle around the exquisite large fire enamel dial. This situation is very symbolic. The adventure of King Arthur and his knights
The process began with a rally in front of a round table.
The pursuit of excellence is exactly what Roger Dubuis is always pursuing, and it is precisely because of this belief that this Geneva watch factory draws inspiration from the legend of King Arthur and injects its latest masterpiece ExcaliburTableRonde . This limited edition of 88 watches is a perfect expression of the round table scene.
What makes it into the legendary palace is its 45 mm rose gold case, which also uses the iconic elements of the Excalibur series: a large case, a grooved bezel, a sturdy crown protection and three for fixing. Lugs on the strap. With a vibrant shape and sharp edges, this dial’s dial design is powerful and symbolic. Twelve statues of legendary round table knights holding swords in a circle replaced the time scale, and each of the knight statues was first three-dimensionally cast, then cast in liquid pure gold, and then hand-made for each detail Crafted. The stunning miniature craftsmanship has created twelve statues of knights with a height of only 7 mm and various shapes. These works are derived from the meticulous production processes of skilled craftsmen, while also projecting their talents and enthusiasm. This distinctive masterpiece of timepieces is extremely delicate. Only by carefully appreciating its local details with a magnifying glass can you appreciate its meticulous craftsmanship. Master craftsmen work side by side with watchmakers, ingeniously blending watchmaking tradition with artistic masterpieces.
The exquisite enamel dial in the center forms a gorgeous and colorful scene, which better creates the dreamy atmosphere of this model. On the back, the eternal vows of the Knights of the Round Table are wrapped in a circle and engraved on the bottom cover of the watch together with a lacquered badge.
This watch is also fascinating because it is equipped with the latest generation of automatic mechanical movement RD821, with hours and minutes display function. With Roger Dubuis’s unremitting pursuit of quality, the watch and its movement as a whole have won the precious Poinçon de Genève.
Summary: The watch not only has a certain historical significance, but also the perfect crystallization of exquisite handmade skills. The watch is limited to 88 pieces. If you want to feel the heroes in the dial, you have to take a look.
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