Blue Salon has launched in Qatar the Masterpiece Gravity 40th anniversary limited edition watch from Maurice Lacroix, it was announced in a statement yesterday.
Since 1975, Maurice Lacroix has been at the vanguard of horological creativity, embracing new technologies and harnessing fine Swiss craftsmanship.
The limited edition Masterpiece Gravity features a stunning blue dial, a silicium assortment, an off-centre hour and minutes display, and an incredibly robust, durable and light Powerlite case. The new Masterpiece Gravity 40th is joined by two further limited editions, delivered in a choice of classical and contemporary executions, each limited to 250 pieces. The hours are marked with diamond cut indexes which sparkle with a brilliant gleam and the hands are delivered in a matching rhodium finish. Framing the extremities of the dial is a flat rhodium plated minute rail, featuring red and white markings. Adjacent the hour and minutes display, vertical Cotes de Geneve stripes, accentuated with black DLC treatment, provide a modern and highly attractive appearance. The “glass-box” sapphire crystal is also domed and magnifies the oscillator and assortment, making them appear to sit high within the case and according a sublime three dimensional characteristic to the dial. A small seconds display, presented on a subdial partially projects over the disclosed balance assortment, masterfully exploiting depth and curving line.
Finally, the case back of the watch is equipped with a sapphire crystal, according a view of the automatic Calibre ML230.
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