We have seen the result of the collaboration of Bugatti and Swiss watchmaker Parmigiani. The two luxury brands are back again to mesmerize watch connoisseurs with another stunning creation. This time the two have collaborated to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Bugatti. The two have issued two exclusive Bugatti Type 370 Centenaire watches to commemorate this special occasion, bringing this legendary series of 200 pieces to an end. These two premium models, sculptured in 18-carat rose gold and platinum 950, have been engraved by a highly-qualified specialist, Philippe Bodenmann. The 18 carats rose gold case measures 2mm wide by 52mm long by 18mm high.
More than 300 hours of engraving were required to complete this piece with a “checkerboard pattern”; a single square of the pattern alone involves more than thirty grooves, worked two or three times in a row, to obtain the desired result. The rose gold model is water-resistant up to 10 meters and has six sapphire crystals with AR-coating. The exquisite rose gold model is powered by a Parmigiani in-house caliber PF370.01 movement with 37 jewels, beating at 21,600bph, and boasts of a power reserve of 10 days.
The platinum Bugatti Centenaire displays a “chevron” pattern which also took more than 300 hours to complete. Both models- the rose gold and the platinum are exquisite and spell luxury. Befitting creations to celebrate such a joyous occasion, these exquisite models are sure to appeal to watch collectors and connoisseurs.
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