2019 Replica Greubel Forsey Art Piece Edition Historique watch
2019 Replica Greubel Forsey Art Piece Edition Historique watch
Brand Greubel Forsey
Item Type replica Greubel Forsey Watches
Movement Manual Winding
Strap Alligator Blue
clasp type Deployment Buckle
Dial color Skeletonized
Boxes common box
Functions Hours,Minutes,Seconds,Power Reserve,1 Minute Tourbillon
Model Number Art Piece Edition Historique
hublot replica In creating the Balancier Contemporain, a white gold 33-piece limited edition, Greubel Forsey imagined providing a particularly compact showcase for its exclusive balance-wheel system. Creating such a moderately-sized new movement and dial imposed the challenge of maintaining well-balanced forms and pleasing proportions, along with clear legibility and cutting-edge performance. Mission accomplished with this powerfully structured timepiece featuring all the Greubel Forsey signature characteristics.
Inventor Watchmakers Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey have made their mark on watchmaking history through a number of mechanical creations, notably the Double Tourbillon 30°, the Quadruple Tourbillon, the GMT, the QP à Équation with its Mechanical Computer, along with the Différentiel d’Égalité and the Grande Sonnerie. Artists at heart, they set the scene for these Fundamental Inventions through timepieces featuring unprecedented aesthetics, mastering asymmetry and balance to provide fresh momentum and playing with depth and volume in exploring all three dimensions. Each of these unique architectural accomplishments is crafted with extreme attention to detail with a particularly consummate skill applied to hand finishing. The result is a unique universe perfectly embodied in the new Balancier Contemporain.
At SIHH 2019, Greubel Forsey presented their latest creation, the Art Piece Edition Historique. Looking into the wide open heart at its three-dimensional construction and highly original geometry, the new Art Piece Edition Historique crowns the avant-garde aesthetic approach behind numerous exceptional creations. Combining technicity, exclusivity and the finest craftsmanship, this 33-piece limited edition (of which the first 11 are in platinum) presents a new vision of time in the spirit of the revived and renewed notion of Fine Watchmaking by Greubel Forsey. audemars piguet replica
As highlighted by this only partial list of the stages involved, the creation of the Grande Sonnerie was indeed a monumental undertaking by Robert Greubel, Stephen Forsey and their team. This timepiece embodies the quintessence of their expertise and their ideal of horological excellence.
The Grande Sonnerie is undoubtedly one of the greatest horological complications. Right from the beginning of their partnership, Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey began reflecting on what their own resolutely contemporary vision of this regal complication might be. For eleven years, the Grande Sonnerie set the cadence of their day-to-day lives, as they worked in the utmost secrecy to assemble the 935 components of this timepiece, and above all to ensure absolute harmony between the movement, the exterior and the acoustics.
Its ergonomics guarantee unparalleled intuitive ease of use. To ensure optimal architectural balance, obsessive attention to detail was devoted to the intelligent integration of the most important mechanisms and indications (tourbillon, cathedral gongs, striking hammers, power-reserve display…). The creators thus succeeded in completing the Grande Sonnerie within a titanium case measuring 43.5 mm in diameter and a height of just 16.13 mm- an entirely reasonable size given the complexity of the timepiece. popular tag heuer replica watches
best replica watch site Greubel Forsey is a Swiss watchmaking company specialized in very high-end complicated timepieces. The brand was launched in 2004 by Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey and is based in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland.
Robert and Stephen play perfectly complementary roles. Robert is more concerned with the issues of design and creation, while Stephen excels in the more technical areas. But one thing is certain – they share a similar vision of contemporary fine watchmaking. For both men, each creation writes a new chapter in the story of watchmaking. They set out to invent original mechanisms to improve performance, such as the inclined tourbillon, the inclined double balance wheels or mechanical computer – and together to design the original architecture to house these mechanisms. This spirit of research goes hand-in-hand with the extreme care devoted to putting the finishing touch to each individual component of their Timepieces. Robert and Stephen set themselves no limits. Each technical impossibility leads to a new challenge. Each problem demands a solution.
After presenting red gold and white gold models from the Signature 1 series in last year, Greubel Forsey now offers a new platinum version of the watch with an anthracite black-coloured gold dial.
Long-time team member at Greubel Forsey, Didier Cretin inaugurated the Signature series in 2016, for which one watchmaker, chosen for their talent and original approach to watchmaking, creates their own timepiece within Greubel Forsey’s universe and cosigns it with Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey. This project, which aims to showcase watchmaking skills, is reminiscent of the Naissance d’une Montre project, which archives techniques that are starting to disappear. richard mille nadal
Realised after eleven years of R&D and comprising 935 parts, the Grande Sonnerie is Greubel Forsey’s most complex creation to date. For their very first Grande Sonnerie, the prestigious watchmaking house founded by Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey has filed two patents. Dressed in a titanium case it houses an acoustic resonance cage and eleven security functions.
This Grande Sonnerie has powerful acoustics. It is water resistant to 3 atm. It is ergonomically designed for optimum ease of use, while an exceptional repeater power reserve enables it to run for about twenty hours in “Grande Sonnerie” mode. The timepiece is equipped with a silent striking regulator and a Tourbillon 24 Secondes, all housed within the standard dimensions of a Greubel Forsey case.
The most important elements and indications (such as the tourbillon, the cathedral gongs, the striking hammers, and the power reserve and mode indicators) were incorporated with the greatest care to ensure architectural balance. The watch designers succeeded in housing the 935 parts comprising this timepiece and its exterior in a space measuring 43.5 mm in diameter and 16.13 mm high.
The movement is manually wound, but the striking mechanism features a self-winding system which provides about 20 hours of power reserve in Grande Sonnerie mode. The minute repeater and its additional striking mechanism sound the exact time on demand, down to the minute. Beating at 21,600 vibrations per hour, the movement assures a 72-hour chronometric power reserve. urwerk replica
The two striking hammers are notably visible on the dial side, featuring flat black-polishing, hand bevelling and polished countersinks. The gold bridge supporting them is relief-engraved and has the same exceptional finishes, as well as straight-grained flanks. While the movement is manual-winding, the striking mechanism also features an automatic winding system by means of a platinum oscillating weight engraved with the Greubel Forsey guiding spirit – and delivering some 20 hours’ strike reserve in Grande Sonnerie mode.
The timekeeping precision of the timepiece is ensured by the third Fundamental Invention: the Tourbillon 24 Secondes, which uses fast rotational speed and an inclined angle to solve the problem of the oscillator’s critical positions in relation to gravity. The 25° angle and the rapid revolution of the tourbillon cage significantly improves the precision timekeeping performance of a system comprising just one tourbillon, especially in static positions. Among the other salient characteristics of this timepiece are a frequency of 21,600 vibrations/hour and a chronometer-worthy power reserve of 82 hours. breitling replica