Ulysse Nardin – North Sea Minute Repeater Perfect Replica Watches Suppliers
Paying tribute to the oil industry, the Ulysse nardin watches replica Replica North Sea Minute Repeater is the latest addition to the Classic Collection.
Finely crafted in gold and champlevé enamel, this timepiece is an incredibly realistic depiction of the mighty off- shore drilling rigs that dig deep for the world’s precious “black gold”. The glimmering champlevé rig, seen from a low angle, rises majestically from the black sea, with its delicately wrought waves in the foreground. A dramatic red sky highlights the stunningly detailed structure, while in the background, another golden rig works industriously away.
Three 18-Karat gold cranes – the Jaquemarts – move and sound when the minute repeater is activated indicating the hours, quarter hours and minutes. The North Sea Minute Repeater is powered by the UN-73 manual movement which has a power reserve of opproximately 36 hours .
The champlevé enamel technique is a genuine rarity and this one is a fine example of this ancient art. First introduced in the 12th century, the champlevé enamel technique is mastered by only a handful of craftspeople world- wide. Firstly, it requires the engraver to define the design on gold plate, carefully creating the image in three- dimensions. The enameller then lays down the different-colored enamels. Finally, the effect is brought vividly to life by the engraver who chisels the metal to perfection once the dial has been polished. Minimal black indexes, and streamlined hour and minute hands allow the final results – the powerful champlevé rigs – to take center stage on the rose-gold dial.
Through the years, Ulysse nardin gold watch price Replica has, with the help of Ludwig Oechslin, developed a reputation for creating movements that provide rare or intricate complications but with surprisingly few additional elements. While Ludwig Oechslin takes this idea of minimalism and simplification into an intense with his own brand Ochs Und Junior, his fingerprints are all on the mechanics of the watch as well.The caliber UN-113 automated movement has just 7 extra parts over its date and time only motion cousin. An ordinary yearly calendar motion usually requires an additional 30+ parts. This is quite a mechanical achievement when you consider those amounts. The main motivation behind making complications and moves easier is to make them more accessible to more collectors (fewer parts equals lower prices and lower costs) and to ensure durability and reliability because the fewer parts existing, the less something can go wrong.The caliber UN-113 provides 60 hours of power reserve whilst beating at 28,800bph. Each motion is COSC-certified and has a silicon escapement for improved timekeeping. The motion is, of course, visible through a display back. Another helpful feature of the motion is that the date could be adjusted both forward and backwards. Annual calendars and endless calendars that cannot correct the date backwards using the crown alone can be quite annoying in usage if you tend to fly (or sail) round the world a lot.