Monday, March 22, 2010

Van Cleef & Arpels- Midnight in Paris

On the screen of Midnight in Paris Timepiece, is represented the map of stars under the Parisian sky, a complicated creation which has the movement unique and its extreme complexity linking the concept of time to that of the Cosmos as a dazzling homage to that other mysterious and fascinating world.
The mechanisms which are complicated, developed for Fine Watch making traditionally tend towards the infinitely precise. In this way, the new complication searches new dimensions: that of the infinitely great, of an unsearched world , of dreams, of a voyage into immensity universe. The movement can be seen through a sapphire glass case back, the safety of which is given by a pink gold movable flap. On the back of the watch, real meteorite stone has been set into the disk surrounding the calendar.
The astonished meteorite used for the Van Cleef and Arpels Midnight in Paris watch is 4.5 billion years old, the period when „primary solid matter” was created. The manufacturer used the stone for the timepiece as meteorites represent the only known physical material which shows information shedding light on the creation of the solar system elements.

The Midnight in Paris Timepiece watch animates the celestial dome`s ma with help of a rotating adventurine glass disk. The case of the watch has 42 mm in diameter and is crafted in rose gold and shows with scratch- proof sapphire crystal. It is 20 meter water resistant. The sophisticated and elegant tose gold hands on the dial are perfectly polished and brushed. The timepiece is guaranteed to the wrist with a black alligator leather belt with rose gold folding clasp located on integrated security system mechanism.
The Midnight in Paris Timepiece watch has the Swiss mechanical movement furnished with 24 jewels which beats at 28, 800 alt per hour. It offers 40 hour power- reserve. The accurate mechanism was exclusively developed for Van Cleef & Arpels on a Jaeger-LeCoultre Basis.
The Midnight in Paris Timepiece watch is exclusively made for men who are able to appreciate the genius of the extremely complex Cosmos- dedicated movement. The watch is destined to introduce its wearer into an unknown world of magic and mysery, with the stars shining into infinity.
The price might be expensive but if you are looking at these wonderful and unique functions you will say that the price is very cheap, only 48, 000 euro.


1 comment:

Joseph said...

Don't get fool by such simple looking watch, the components inside actually is as complex as any other luxury watches you could ever find.

Just as the reviews said, the dial housed a astonished meteorite which is dated back 4.5 billion years ago! Its already a "wow" for me.
And it does'nt just end there, it actually shows the representation of the stars visible under a typical Paris night.

That's how they got their name i firmly believed.