Corum – Golden Bridge Rectangle Diamonds Replica Wholesale Suppliers

The Golden Bridge Rectangle Diamonds, which comes a few months after the presentation of the original model at Baselworld 2017, offers several artistic crafts at the service of its Art Deco design.

First, the art of setting. Corum has chosen different diamond shapes that each moulds and enhances the piece’s Art Deco design: 69 baguette-cut diamonds are set on the bezel of the Golden Bridge Rectangle and 118 round cut diamonds adorn the arches on both sides of the movement, as well as the horns with their subtly curved profile. The  white gold dial is also set with 42 baguette diamonds and  59 round diamonds. Here and there, the diamonds are sculpted to individually highlight each line of the Golden Bridge Rectangle.

Next, the skeletonised details grace the piece with luminosity. The artistic craft applied to each component allows the brilliance of the surrounding diamonds to pass through.

Corum Watches Flipkart Replica is clearly taking it slow with all the Corum Bubble, but those are nice models. All of these 2015 Corum Bubble watches utilize the same movements that Corum utilized in its previous three-hand Corum Bubble watches, which will be their Caliber CO 0082 (an base Swiss ETA 2892 automatic). The CO 0082 has been skeletonized for the non-limited edition model that’s the return of this Corum Bubble Skeleton. Extremely similar to the older Corum Bubble Skeleton watches, the newest Skeleton has slightly different skeletonized bridge designs.The two limited edition 2015 Corum Bubble watches are the Corum Bubble ALL Black at a black PVD-coated steel case in addition to the Corum Bubble Vintage, which has a bronze-colored PVD-coated steel case. More great news is in respect to pricing – that is quite welcoming for the limited edition versions (even compared to the prices of initial Corum Bubble watches available for sale) in a reasonable $3,425 for the Corum Bubble All Black and Corum Bubble Vintage, along with a lofty $8,300 for the non-limited Corum Bubble Skeleton.My favored family of watches at the current collection of Corum products is the Admirals’ Cup. According to a now defunct boat race, the first Admiral’s Cup watch started in the 1980s and was the original yachting watch to wear off or on deck with your boating shoes and skipper cap. What’s marked the Admiral’s Cup set for so long is that the 12-sided case and using colorful boat pennant flags over the hour mark. The latter has been largely depreciated as the colours no longer exist on newest Admiral’s Cup watches. Lots of new Admiral’s Cup watches are still fairly cool. But with watches like the Chronograph Tourbillon 47 Seafender (that in its very own way is intriguing) I feel like the first theme and personality of the Admiral’s Cup collection has officially been thrown overboard.
Golden Bridge Rectangle Diamonds

Golden Bridge Rectangle Sertie © Corum

It is then the sculpture that gives depth to the Golden Bridge Rectangle thanks to the Roman numerals which are individually carved into a mass of gold and are present along the dial-side of the piece. This body detaches with the natural intensity of a movement which, on the other hand, unfolds along the length and stands out for its delicacy.

And lastly, the engraving gives the Golden Bridge Rectangle an exceptional splendour. For Corum, it was a clear choice to feature a single bridge crossing the Golden Bridge; true to the brand’s signature style and a unique Fine Watchmaking creation. By applying a discreet floral engraving enriched with the name of the brand, Corum Watches Tides 48 Replica signs a prestigious composition whose consistency highlights the power of the Art Deco style from every angle and each reflection.

Golden Bridge Rectangle Diamonds

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The Golden Bridge Rectangle Diamonds is a 10-piece limited-edition. It is worn on a black alligator leather strap, equipped with a 18kt white gold triple folding clasp.

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Not only back, but again with decent prices. In fact, besides some minor alterations along with a case size that has been increased to 47mm wide from 45mm wide, the 2015 Corum Bubble is quite similar to the way it was when Corum decided to stop it. Also, even though the instance is larger (and seems really large) the Corum Bubble wears smaller than it’s with snub lugs along with a case that wraps round your wrist nicely. With that said, I am quite sure you can imagine that using a name like the “Bubble,” this watch is thick. The sapphire crystal is 8mm thick and also the total Corum Bubble watch is 18.8mm thick – but at a trendy way.Corum got the first idea for the Corum Bubble out of a prototype dip watch meant for extreme depths. It may very well have been a Rolex. The thick crystal acted to distort the dial, and Corum just sort of played that and generated “bubble-style” hands and hour markers which look interesting with a little bit of distortion. The curved edges make that potential, but also give the timepiece a pleasure, almost cartoonish appearance that has appeal to many people. The dial and event silhouette collectively have made the Corum Bubble among the very distinctive “enjoyable” high-end watches round, and I am very happy to see that Corum realized quitting it was a mistake. It is totally possible that the Corum Bubble watch collection needed a break, and I am happy to see it go back for its 15-year anniversary.

Bubble watches, blending creative energy and rebellious spirit, allow Corum to break the rules of luxury watchmaking and create a language that is unique to the range. From this perspective, the brand gives free rein to artists coming from very varied backgrounds (art, photography, sport or even music) to reinterpret a collection in their own image. After Matteo Ceccarini, Matt Barnes, Juliette Jourdain, Booba, Dani Olivier and Elisabetta Fantone, to name but a few, the Maison now chose American artist Nelson De La Nuez, the King of Pop Art, to re-imagine his own models and create his own exclusive collection.

New partnership with Nelson De La Nuez

Nelson De La Nuez © Corum

Not just back, but back with decent prices. In fact, aside from some minor changes and a case size that has been improved to 47mm wide from 45mm wide, the 2015 Corum Bubble is quite similar to how it was when Corum chose to stop it. Additionally, even though the case is larger (and seems really big) that the Corum Bubble wears smaller than it is with snub lugs along with a situation that wraps around your wrist well. That said, I am pretty sure you can imagine that with a name such as the “Bubble,” this watch is thick. The sapphire crystal is 8mm thick and the entire Corum Bubble watch is 18.8mm thick – but in a trendy way.Corum got the original idea for the Corum Bubble out of a prototype dive watch meant for extreme depths. It can just happen to be a Rolex. The thick crystal flowed to distort the dialup, and Corum just kind of played that and generated “bubble-style” hands and hour markers which appear interesting with a little bit of distortion. The curved edges make that possible, but also offer the timepiece a pleasure, almost cartoonish look that has appeal to many men and women. The dial and event shape collectively have made the Corum Bubble one of the most distinctive “enjoyable” high-end watches around, and I am very glad to see that Corum realized discontinuing it was a mistake. It’s entirely possible that the Corum Bubble watch set needed a break, and I am pleased to see it go back for its 15-year anniversary.

Upon closer inspection, one might wonder why the partnership between Corum and Nelson De La Nuez hadn’t occurred earlier, as it seems inevitable that their two worlds would meet, something that struck Jérôme Biard, CEO of Corum, while visiting an art gallery: “Nelson De La Nuez is one of those artists who doesn’t follow trends, who creates his own universe by gathering inspiration from his surroundings and always manages to be innovative”.

New partnership with Nelson De La Nuez

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By entrusting the King of Pop Art with the keys to create this new collection, Corum once again sets itself apart by not simply absorbing works of art but by allowing its Bubble watches to become art. Currently in the making, the complete Corum Bubble collection by Nelson De La Nuez will be revealed to the public at Art Basel Miami in December 2017. In the meantime, watch the video below to have a glimpse of the artist’s style.