Romain Jerome Watches - Remember the Titanic with Function and Beauty
One of the most renowned Swiss watchmakers, Romain Jerome has done it again, and just in time for the 100th anniversary of the Titanic's tragic voyage. In an effort to pay homage to the sinking of the ship, RJ has released not one, but two, incredibly unique tributes - both of which are all the rage when it comes to Romain Jerome Watches. However, unlike many other artists who have attempted the same gesture, the following two pieces are not only functional pieces of art, but amazing examples of watch craftsmanship at its finest. Up first for those who are interested in learning about current Romain Jerome Watches are the two limited editions commemorate Titanic watch models: the Romain Jerome Steampunk Auto 100th Anniversary Watch and the Steampunk Chrono 100th Anniversary Watch. As their name implies, they are designed in the Steampunk genre, and the watch face of each model is carefully crafted to appear as though it literally belonged to the Titanic. In fact, each watch even features a set of mini propellers. The beauty of these two time pieces is that they are limited editions, which means that they will only be sold to a select few collectors before they are discontinued for good - 100 people to be exact. If you're looking for a commemorative timepiece that could almost pass off as a relic from 1912, then hopefully you will get a chance to check out one of the Limited Editions Commemorate Anniversary pieces. However, if you can't, then all you have to do is look for Romain Jerome Watches to find pictures of gorgeous watches. Due to their limited production, you can expect these watches to fetch a much higher going rate. Another item on the Romain Jerome Watches front is the incredible tribute to the famous cruise liner, which was just recently released this April. It's a 1:2 scale of the actual Titanic, which is perfect for anyone who wishes to commemorate the iconic ship while enjoying the beauty of the outdoors at the same time. If you're unsure about the size, the tent roughly fits 1000 people - so make sure you have enough hands to help you put it up if you decide to take it out for an event. As of right now, the aptly named Tentanic costs a little bit over $11,000. Unlike the abovementioned timepieces, this commemorative tent is not going to be released in limited numbers.