Over 170 years ago in Glasheutte, watchmakers settled in, bringing their passion and expertise to develop the art and the Glashutte Original Senator Moon Phase Skeletonized Edition Watch is just one of the results of that creativity. This design features quite a display of hand-engraving to what would be considered an otherwise conservative timepiece. The showcasing of the updated Calibre 49-18 movement allows one to see the engineering first hand and also embraces the artwork side of the design. From the filigree artwork on the dial that is protected by a non-reflective sapphire crystal, to the similar crystal case back, the wearer can visibly enjoy the hand-wound mechanism.
A sensational collection, glamorous and seductive, Glashutte Original unveiled collection dedicated to women at the Waterfall Mansion in New York. The collection features 20 new models for women, taking inspiration from the 1920's and Women's Liberation movement. Artistic and exquisite the collection offers something for every woman.
The celebration was done in elegant fashion, with exhibition rooms decorated with 1920's memorabilia and capturing different facets of the era in each room. One specific room was set up to feature a series of black and white portraits of prominent 20th century women, each famous for changing the perception of women. The “Pavoninia” collection as the brand is referring to the selections, was definitely something that should have been designed sooner, as it is exactly what women have been waiting for.
Looking for something exquisite, exclusive and elegant, then look no further than the Glashutte Original Grande Cosmopolite Watch. This timepiece has been in development for several years, it is described as complex and simple, two conflicting terms, for a very exciting designer watch. Displaying home time, destination time, and includes 37 time zones, the watch certainly is versatile.