The entire rolex replica watches Collection is on Display in London
At the Masterpiece 2014 exhibition, London, the Hybris Artistica collection of rolex replica watches has been displayed. The Masterpiece 2014 exhibition in London is the first European art fair where the public can view the stunning series. It will close on June 2. The Hybris Artistica collection is, to put it mildly, a very expensive one. The collection combines a dozen of the brand's most complex and expensive pieces in a lavish package.replica rolex watches
JLC has a wide range of decorative techniques at its disposal to make this happen. The Valee de Joux brand chose to include a stellar team of masterpieces in its luxurious collection. These are: Atmos Marquetry Clock and Duometre a Grande Sonnerie.
rolex replica watches is a company that employs top watchmakers from 180 different watchmaking disciplines. It is not surprising that the Swiss brand proudly displayed its wide range of skills, given such a broad range of techniques. It is quite unusual for a manufacturer to launch 12 of these models simultaneously in one year. This collection, whose name comes from the Greek word "hubris", which literally means "excessive pride of self-confidence", is a wonderful representation of the exclusiveness of the pieces.
Initial premieres of the Hybris Artistica timekeepers at SIHH 2014 were made available to a select audience. The JLC lineage, which combines high-end watchmaking with fine art,Rolex Air King Replica
was then shown to a select audience at the SIHH 2014. This is the first European venue to offer this service. It is currently being held at The Royal Hospital Chelsea in London. Visitors to the Masterpiece 2014 will have the chance to view these watches and also learn how to build a mainspring. You can also attend the Enamel Master Class to learn more about decorative techniques from the Maison's master enameler and even attempt enameling. Let's now talk about the amazing members of the Hybris Artistica family.
Atmos Marquetry clockThe Atmos Marquetry clock is the first of the twelve timekeepers in the Hybris Artistica line. It runs on an innovative movement that is powered by temperature shifts. The clock's efficiency is so great that even a small change in temperature can keep the clock running for two days. It is made of a combination of Indian rosewood and horse chestnut as well as crystal glass. The clock has three sections. The doors and wooden parts of the clock are decorated with motifs by Alphonse Mucha. Two separate dials, for hours and minutes, are made in Grand Feu enamel. The moon phase indicator features a star-stretched motif with diamonds. Two miniatures from Mucha are also available, which are inspired and depict spring or fall.