Another beautiful piece in the signature collection by independent watchmakers Graham, is the Geo.Graham The Moon. This unique timepiece features a stunning 122-year perpetual moon phase, integrated within a flying tourbillon movement.
The refined 46mm white-gold case houses the G1769 high-precision mechanical movement, which features 29 jewels and a 96-hour power reserve, the result of a creative collaboration with “la Maison” Christophe Claret.
Imagine the sky as seen 300 years ago from the Royal Observatory in Greenwich in London, through the eyes of George Graham, the British father of watch-making.
The diamonds set in this open movement perfectly trace the route. Every diamond is a star, every group of stars a constellation as George Graham would have seen them. The hand-painted 122-year retrograde moon phase is one of the most impressive currently on the market and the viewer cannot help but be impressed by its finest details.
This outstanding item is presented in white gold as a unique piece. It represents a great opportunity for the discerning collector to acquire a work of fine craftsmanship, history and value, re-interpreted by the uncompromising independent Swiss watchmaker.