Month: April 2021

Montblanc Watch Series Ipad App Officially Launched

Montblanc Montblanc has launched the iPad App of the brand watch series, which brings the wonderful world of Montblanc’s watchmaking into real life through the interactive experience of tablet computers.
The design of this app will become the main resource for watch enthusiasts and collectors. Through this resource, you can get a glimpse into the inner workings of Montblanc’s top movements, the wonderful stories behind watch making, and preview the Montblanc Montblanc in 2013 The latest watch styles launched in the year.
Highly developed digital technology allows Montblanc Montblanc to share the product story of its unique watch collection through a simple iPad App. Montblanc’s iPad App introduces more than forty Montblanc Montblanc watches, providing users with an opportunity to explore the details, understand the intricate details, and understand the unique elements of each level of the watch . In addition, Montblanc uses 3D models, animated videos and exquisite graphics to highlight the technical features and unique aesthetics of each watch, and presents the complex technical specifications of how such a watch is so different.

Montblanc iPad App screenshots

This journey of horological exploration opens the door to Montblanc’s watch factories in Le Locle and Villeret, Switzerland, which retain the purest Swiss watchmaking traditions as well as the continuous innovation of high-end watches. Montblanc watch series iPad App, like the same window, unveiled the famous brand world, showing the world the precious evolutionary process of the development of various movements. When this app is launched, it will introduce the Montblanc’s new Nicolas Rieussec Rising Hours chronograph watch, which was recently released in SIHH 2013 and will be available in the second half of 2013. It contains an animation introduction, functional details, and patent-protected Operation mechanism and other exciting content.
The top watchmaking technology means the precision and technical cultivation of watchmaking experts. The Montblanc Montblanc watch series iPad App briefly introduces the background of some artisans, or they can be called ‘soul masters’ because they gave Montblanc Watch lifelike. Other App features include 3D models of the interior and exterior of Montblanc classic watches, as well as sophisticated and innovative designs. In addition, the content of the App will be updated regularly to introduce new products and wonderful behind-the-scenes footage.
The user-centered Montblanc watch series iPad App, the most exciting feature is the ‘True View’ function. Users can use this function to try on all Montblanc watches and use the built-in program. After measuring the size of the wrist, the screen will match the wrist of the user and wear the wrist of the selected watch. The user can try on a variety of watches online. If the user finds the perfect watch to buy, the ‘store inquiry’ function can turn the previous virtual experience into reality. In addition, users can share their favorite Montblanc chronograph watch with others via email or other social media channels. Introducing more than forty different watches and exploring top watchmaking, the Montblanc iPad App is definitely a must-have for watch enthusiasts and is now available for download in the App Store.
Source: Montblanc


Jacques Rodriguez’s New Minute Masterpiece Launches An Invitation From An Exotic Journey

Jaquet Droz’s art workshop ingeniously creates the patterns of lions, flamingos and koi, and uses black big fire enamel and vivid micro-painting techniques to create sharp contrasts and enhance the sense of beauty An invitation from an exotic trip.

   These stunning animal motifs are gorgeous and symbolic. Lions, flamingos and koi, which originated in Africa, the Caribbean and Asia respectively, became the creative themes of Jaquet Droz, presented on three timepieces, displaying the superb skills of the brand’s artisan masters. These three unique Petite Heure Minute watches were born in La Chaux-de-Fon, the birthplace of the brand. Blending miniature paintings with black great fire enamel is an invitation to an exotic journey. Born in the age of Enlightenment, Pierre Jaquet-Droz is an extraordinary traveler. These three watches infused the avant-garde spirit and curiosity of Pierre Jacques de Rodriguez, always showing the essence of Jacques de Roche’s style that has been inherited for nearly three hundred years: modern spirit and extraordinary creativity.

Lions hour and minute dial
Black large open flame enamel dial, micro-painted decoration. 18K Red Gold Case
Automatic mechanical movement
Power reserve approx. 68 hours
43 mm diameter
Limited edition of 28 pieces
   Whether it’s a painter, engraver or enamel master, the brand’s artisan masters are good at using contrast effects. The uniqueness of the art workshop lies in this: it is not only a guardian of historical skills, but also a laboratory of aesthetic innovation. Thanks to the ingenious workmanship, the legendary history is closely linked with the wonderful reality. The Great Fire Enamel uses a deep, uniform black tone to accentuate the timeless beauty of these miniatures. This deep and fascinating bottom surface gives the decorative pattern a unique three-dimensional impression, showing the artist’s precise technique of painting with a thin tip.

Micro-painted Koi hour and minute dial
Black Great Fire Enamel Dial, Micro-painted Decoration
18K Red Gold Case
Automatic mechanical movement
Power reserve approx. 68 hours
39 mm diameter
Limited edition of 28 pieces

   Since ancient times, the king of beasts has been sought after by rulers advocating authority, and has also fascinated poets and artists. A lion symbolizes strength, honor, and power, and its mane is mixed with rich shades of brown, black, and red. The side of the lion remains motionless, revealing wisdom and solemnity, and is reflected in a shiny 43mm diameter red gold case, which is even more distinguished. Caribbean flamingos are stunning and irresistible with their bright feathers and unique beaks. The flamingo seems to be stretching her neck. The 39 mm diameter red gold case is set with 248 brilliant-cut diamonds, adding a splendid brilliance to this magnificent beauty. Another model also uses a 39 mm diameter case, with koi swimming freely between reeds and lotus flowers. Koi with multi-colored fish scales symbolizes longevity, dancing in a pool of ballet in the water, exuding elegance and serenity, and has always been favored in Asia. The koi on this watch also represents the era of Pierre Jacques Dro, the Western obsession with Far East culture in the eighteenth century. It is no accident that these watches and clocks were the first exhibits to enter the Forbidden City.

Flamingo hour and minute dial
Black large open flame enamel dial, micro-painted decoration. 18K red gold case set with 248 diamonds, total weight 1.74 carats
Automatic mechanical movement
Power reserve approx. 68 hours
39 mm diameter
Limited edition of 28 pieces

   These animal motifs are accurately portrayed like photos and come to life, seeming to be moving. Each of these realistic paintings is limited to 28 pieces, and is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity of the art workshop signed by the master craftsman who is responsible for making the watch. These three hours and minutes dial models are equipped with a self-winding mechanical movement and have a 68-hour power reserve, reminding the world of ingenuity before they can show the gorgeous natural wonders.
‘Some watches tell time, some tell a story’


Mysterious Starry Sky Montblanc Chronométrie Series External Tourbillon Vasco Da Gamma Chronograph Limited Edition

SIHH 2015 Geneva Haute Horlogerie Exhibition has been opened, and the report staff in front of the Watch House has also begun to work. They will bring you the latest, fastest and most comprehensive coverage of this exhibition. Following in the footsteps of the House of Watches, let’s admire the limited edition of the Chronométrie series external tourbillon Vasco da Gamma chronograph in the current SIHH Geneva Haute Horlogerie Show.

Watch real shot show:

44 mm case in white gold

The lines of the case are smooth and elegant

The whole watch is eye-catching but not flamboyant

This external tourbillon chronograph is the flagship of a limited edition of Vasco da Gamma. As a flagship product, it is naturally associated with the São Gabriel of Vasco da Gama-the sapphire crystal glass on the bottom of the table is decorated with a long sketch of the ship, and the fearless explorer The signature of the crew. This series is limited to 60 pieces and symbolizes the 60 crew of the San Gabriel.

Watch details real shot display:

The crown is engraved with a hexagonal white star logo

With a black alligator strap

The countless small dots on the dark blue dial represent the starry night space.

Equipped with an MB R230 self-winding mechanical movement

The sophisticated dial has a multi-layered structure and elegant finishes, highlighting the two complex functions of the watch. The upper part is decorated with a gold diamond, dyed in dark blue, which is particularly noticeable on the dial. Numerous small dots represent the starry night sky and symbolize the southern sky that guides Vasco da Gama. At 12 o’clock, a patent-cut Montblanc star diamond shines. The flinqué-style blue lacquer corrugated engraving in the date indicated by the pointer in the center draws on the star clock, one of the navigation instruments on the San Gabriel. The lower part of the dial is satin-finished, and the delicate structure of the external tourbillon can be admired through the 6 o’clock position.

Summary: Since the brand was founded, Montblanc has been insisting on creating every product with traditional heritage and perfection for more than 100 years. The uncompromising design and quality have enabled Montblanc to successfully create classics that can be passed on to the world. The Montblanc hexagonal white star symbolizes the top quality that the brand is committed to, and in every writing instrument, clock, timepiece, leather goods, accessories, fragrance Can be reflected in the atmosphere and eyewear products. The Montblanc Workshop explains the commitment to continuous pursuit of excellence while promoting the development of the cultural field. (Picture / text watch home Xie Xin)


Sotheby’s Auction Introduction

Sotheby’s is an auction house known for auctioning artworks and artifacts. Sotheby’s now trades around $ 2 billion a year, with offices in New Bond Street, London, England, and York Avenue, Manhattan, New York. So far, Sotheby’s and Christie’s have been fiercely competing for the status of the world’s most important art auctioneer.
 This predominant position was achieved through a variety of methods, including natural growth, acquisitions, and still being properly managed during the past century’s art decline. In 1964, Sotheby’s acquired Parke-Bernet, the largest art auctioneer in the United States. Sotheby’s was acquired by American billionaire A. Alfred Taubman in 1983, and went public in 1998.

 In the early morning news of October 3, 2013, Reuters reported that Daniel Loeb, an aggressive investor, increased his holding of 9.3% of auction giant Sotheby’s (BID) through his subsidiary, Third Point, as The company’s largest shareholder.