Corum – Bronze: Corum Requires it Replica Wholesale

Some people have good ideas. Others take those ideas and carry them further, pushing the limits of what is possible. That might well sum up the fate of the bronze watch. An archetypal marine material turned fashion phenomenon, this metal – an alloy, in fact – has the defining characteristic of changing when it comes into contact with corrosive elements, the most common of which are salt from sweat and sea water. The colour of bronze begins as a lustrous yellow, tinged with red depending on how much copper is present, but develops a patina along with the characteristic spots of verdigris.
The curved rectangular case — including its grooved winding crown at the bottom, a hallmark characteristic of Corum’s Bridges collection — is made from 5N 18k rose gold and measures 29.5 mm with 42.2 mm. The front and rear of the watch, which can be water-resistant to 30 meters, are coated with nonreflective sapphire crystals. The ring is brown alligator leather with a triple-folding clasp made of rose gold. The Cost for your Corum Watch 12609 Price Replica Golden Bridge Rectangle is $36,900. Here’s what it looks like about the wrist.The first Corum Bubble watch came out in 2000, but for whatever reason, it was finally discontinued. Then, the newest revived the Bubble watch in 2015. And now, it is one of their main collections, so much so they decided to make a exceptional piece using the iconic Bubble design. This is the Corum Bubble 47 Flying Tourbillon watch, including not just a tourbillon however a menacing skull for a dial.The Corum Bubble 47 Flying Tourbillon watch includes a 47mm 18k rose gold case, and additional accentuating its size is its big bubble-shaped crown, also made out of 18k rose gold. Clearly, the Corum Bubble 47 Flying Tourbillon isn’t any little watch, and it is likely to draw a lot of attention. If wrist presence is what you seek, this watch will deliver it in spades. Regrettably, despite the watch’s beefy dimensions, water resistance is 30 meters, so be skeptical of liquids.
Legions of timepieces made of “clean” bronze have recently been released, notably by Anonimo, Tudor and Panerai. The watch is delivered as new, and the patina builds up over time, creating a unique and personal object that reflects its wearer’s lifestyle. Most recently, Bell & Ross came up with the artfully distressed BR 01 SKULL Patina 1120, created in association with Chronopassion, which was aged to the extreme. At least, that’s what everyone thought.
 
Could do better
Now, the torch has passed to Corum, which is hoping to provide the definitive last word on the subject with its Admiral AC-One 45 Chronograph Bronze. Following on from natural bronze and verdigris, this watch goes even further, sporting a brown patina akin to the final stage of corrosion of a watch that has spent decades, maybe even centuries, underwater, but was rescued just before the metal really started to disintegrate.

This result is achieved on a piece-by-piece basis. In this way, Corum preserves the uniqueness that is a feature of bronze timepieces. The procedure is undertaken by an external craftsman, who corrodes the material to the maximum extent, before stabilising it with an invisible coating, stopping the corrosion in its tracks. At this point, the case is also perfectly smooth, ensuring it is comfortable to wear.

Montres en bronze: l’épilogue signé Corum

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Tick tock teak
Corum has chosen to complete the look with a teak dial. This wood is one of the signature features of the collection, which also has the traditional 12 pennants as indices, and the dodecagonal bezel. The choice of teak is anything but random – it is the wood traditionally used for yacht decking. Here, it is left in its natural ruddy chestnut hue, accentuated by Corum’s decision to select wood with a particularly prominent grain, which adds to the illusion of the watch being some kind of ancient relic. The painting on the dial is thus appropriately worn-looking (this is entirely intentional), and the subdials and markings are all charmingly irregular. The 12 pennant hour markers, however, are crisp and clear. Rather than distressing them to match the rest of the dial, the designers have chosen to ensure they remain eye-catchingly visible. 

The Admiral AC-One 45 Chronograph is automatic, with a power reserve of 42 hours and a depth rating of 300 metres. The crystal and caseback of the bronze case are in anti-reflective sapphire, and the watch is fitted with a brown calfskin strap with triple-folding clasp.