In the City of Light - The Overseas Skeleton
Dear fellow Purists,
Yesterday I had the time to take a few shots of this marvel. There's no need to introduce the Overseas, and the QP version has been around in various iterations for about 4 years. What's new is the Skeleton version, which in my opinion is one of the most attractive "modern" style openworked watches on the market today. I'll let the pictures do the talking here.
The movement is based on the same Cal. 1120 as found in other iterations of the Overseas Perpetual, here with a black NAC coating for added visual contrast. The coating is the same as on the Twin Beat, where it was first introduced.
The openworked Cal. 1120 QPSQ vs. the standard 1120 QP (pic credit: Vacheron Constantin)
Here a a few more details of the front side...
...and the gorgeous moon phase (depending on the light, you can see the lines connecting the star signs)
A pocket shot on the blue rubber strap.
Thanks for watching. I hope you enjoyed the show as much as I do...