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Corum Golden Bridge Titantium by Vincent Calabrese

Corum Golden Bridge Titantium
Corum will be introducing the Golden Bridge Titanium at Baselworld 2009. Designed by independent watchmaker Vincent Calabrese who is until the spirit of his early innovation at Corum lives on. Back in 1980, this watch was possibly the first non-skeleton wristwatch to put the movement front and center.

The new Corum timepiece houses a manually wound caliber CO113 based on 19 jewels, beating at 28,800 bph and providing 40 hours of power reserve. It features a variable inertia balance adjustable by screws and hand-engraved plates and bridge crafted in 18k rose gold.

One on the front, one on the back and one on each side of the case. The case is tonneau-shaped and is made of titanium, with a nice mixture of polished and satin finished surfaces. It measures 34 mm x 51 mm and features a titanium crown, decorated with a CORUM key. The Golden Bridge displays hours and minutes with black skeleton hands, and a very cool no-dial design.


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Via: Professionalwatches

4 comments

Catherinette Rings said... @ March 7, 2009 at 2:35 PM

The mix of metal , the gears and the retro futuristic look is a great composition . I see some modern steampunk influence .

Jojoeland Admin said... @ March 13, 2009 at 2:38 PM

A very elegant and artistic looking watch. I wonder how much it cost!

Rick Vaughn said... @ March 23, 2009 at 12:23 AM

Interesting, can't tell if it's see-thru though?
Would look weird against human skin. At least in my humble opinion.

Me-Me King said... @ March 23, 2009 at 12:16 PM

My husband is drooling and, to tell you the truth, so am I. This watch is fabulous!

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