Opus Two: Two Watches. Two Tributes to the Tourbillon.
Opus Two pays tribute to the precision and beauty of the tourbillon through two different complicated timepieces.
The Opus Two one-minute Tourbillon with remontage mystérieux is a tourbillon with a carriage that delicately stands out against diamond-studded openwork decoration.
The Opus Two Tourbillon with Perpetual Calendar presents a dual-sided timepiece: on the dial side, a tourbillon is supported by the intricate architecture of exposed bridges; on the back of the watch is Harry Winston’s renowned retrograde perpetual calendar. Demonstrating a mastery of mechanical programming, the two movements are carefully meshed together, while the hands rotate in opposite directions.
Two limited editions of 11 and one unique diamond-set piece per movement
- Movement description
- 2 movements : - Tourbillon : Mechanical movement with remontage mystérieux, 21’600 A.h., 21 sapphires, 110 hours power reserve. - Tourbillon with Retrograde Perpetual Calendar: same movement
- Tourbillon: Hours, minutes, one-minute tourbillon. Tourbillon with Retrograde Perpetual Calendar: Hours, minutes, one-minute tourbillon, perpetual calendar. Case back: indication of the months and leap-year at 9 o’clock, retrograde days of the week at 12 o’clock and retrograde date at 6 o’clock
- Case Material
Tourbillon: Skeleton movement with hand-made angled and polished bridge.
Tourbillon with Retrograde Perpetual Calendar: white gold dial on case-back engraved with Côtes de Genève
- Black alligator
- Water-Resistance (bar)