The PanoLunarTourbillon, a sophisticated look with a 40mm case in red gold.
PanoLunarTourbillon takes up the sophisticated look with a 40mm case in
red gold and a warm silver dial. The characteristic symmetric design
of the Pano timepieces finds the large hour/minute dial positioned to
the left of centre, in alignment with the Flying Tourbillon set within
it and centred at hour seven. The model’s Panorama Date display to the
lower right presents black numerals on an ivory coloured ground,
perfectly matched with the warm silver dial. The Flying Tourbillon was
developed in 1920 by the master craftsman Alfred Helwig, one of
Germany’s most remarkable watchmakers and instructor, who taught at the
German School of Watchmaking in Glashütte beginning with the year 1913.
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