The 2011 Corum Ti-Bridge Tourbillon pave watch dazzles with diamonds all over


There is something about bejeweled watches that draws me closer. But if not done tastefully, they can look crowded and messy! The Corum Ti-Bridge Tourbillon 2011 thankfully seems to be just on the borderline. Set with 689 diamonds totaling to 8.64 carats, in an 18K red gold dial, it isn’t just as messy, but doesn’t bowl you over completely either. The watch runs on the CO 022 baguette caliber with a flying tourbillon without an upper bridge.

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Boasting of a 72-hour power reserve and 30 meters of water resistance, the mainplate and bridges are cast in ARCAP with a gold finish, made in an alloy of copper and nickel, which is non-magnetic, anti-corrosive and gives complex finishing operations. The limited to 25 pieces, you can pick up the watch come in two strap options, a hand-sewn black crocodile leather, and a brown crocodile leather with both sporting a 18K red gold folding clasp.
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