With a refined case design inspired by the Harry Winston Premier, the Opus 4, at first glance appears to have a more traditional take on fine watchmaking. Looking closer, however, reveals an unexpected and exceptional surprise: the watch is completely reversible. One face is technical, featuring two of fine watchmaking’s most revered complications: a tourbillon and a minute repeater that uses a cathedral-type chime.
Rotating the case reveals the other, more poetic side, featuring a large, delicately engraved moon-phase and date on the perimeter of the dial. The intricate movement has 423-parts, including 40 jewels.
Limited edition of 20 pieces
- Movement description
- Manually wound tourbillon, repeating on the hours, quarters and minutes on cathedral gongs. Time indications on both sides. Large moon-phase display and date. 53-hour power reserve. 18,000v/h balance frequency. Time indications on back-to-back dials with reversed hands. Case turning on the lugs. Two pushpieces to set the date and the moon.
- Front: Hours and minutes. Tourbillon and minute-repeater with cathedral gongs. Back: Hours and minutes. Large moon display and date.
- Case Material
Front: Open-work revealing the movement. Engraved gold chapter-ring.
Back: hand-engraved moon disk in 18-carat white gold with painted lunar terminators and engraved gold chapter-ring.
- Hand-stitched crocodile with a buckle in platinum
- Water-Resistance (bar)