Tuesday 14 June, 2011 - 15:00 PM EDT
Continuing its commitment to the flawless blending of High Watch Making and High Jewelry, Boucheron has come up with a new one-of-a-kind exceptional timepiece that combines the House’s savoir faire with an iconic movement. Called the Héra Tourbillon, this watch with its audacious mélange of technology and superior workmanship, gets its name from the Greek goddess who purportedly added the “eyes” to the peacock’s tail.
At the heart of this timepiece beats one of the most iconic movements in the history of watch making, the instantly identifiable three gold Bridges Tourbillon designed by Girard-Perregaux.
This stunning movement is energized by Boucheron’s daring and delicate jeweled adornments. The mechanism itself is set with two different shades of green tourmalines along with diamonds to create the body of the peacock. A ring of round cut diamonds encircles the central movement to form a perch from which unfolds an intoxicating bracelet sculpted to mimic its graceful plumes.
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