First shown to the world at the recent World Presentation of Haute Horlogerie & Jewellery in Monaco, the new Franck Muller Vintage (Curvex) 7-Days Power Reserve Mechanical wristwatch was the star of the Geneva Watchland exhibition thanks to its retro appeal and fine mechanics.
The 7-Days Power Reserve mechanical
watch – with its 213-part movement — was entirely designed and manufactured in Geneva – in the brand’s Genthod factory. E ach brass arch is delicately decorated with Côtes de Genève stripes and each bearing is set with a bright red ruby. The movement features 27 rubies. To achieve the seven days of power reserve, Franck Muller has equipped the movement with an extra barrel. The aperture at11:00 displays the amount of power left at any given time. The Vintage 7-Days Power Reserve is being built in limited numbers in both 18-karat pink gold for $23,200 and in stainless steel for $13,700 – each watch features a sapphire caseback to view the finely finished movement.