Watch: Crayon’s Solar Art

From JustLuxe content partner iW Magazine

Crayon’s stunning craftsmanship complication, anywhere métiers d’art azure, is cased in platinum and indicates the hours and minutes with two hands at the center of a dial suspended in the center of the watch.

The crayon anywhere métiers d’art azure

The time display is surrounded by a sun-icon solar display that indicates the time in 24 hours. The ring-shaped display is divided into a diurnal sector (sky blue) and a nocturnal sector (midnight blue). These displays indicate sunrise and sunset times, reading on the inner bezel.

The date and month are seen on a subsidiary dial at 6 o’clock.

The new watch echoes the Swiss independent watchmaker’s grandeur View anywhere version 2021 only. The exceptional dial is crafted by an enamelist who, by hand, deposits a dot of lacquer until the desired blue color is achieved, creating a truly incomparable result.

Cryon explains that as a double calendar, for which all months last 31 days, the clock requires only five annual adjustments, made easily and quickly using crowns on either side.

Crayon is furnished Métiers d’Art Azur anywhere Including the in-house caliber C030, fully assembled by Crayon founder and master-watchmaker Rémy Maillot.

The manual-wind 39mm by 9.5mm watch offers an impressive eighty-six hour power reserve. A limited edition of fifteen, it allows the buyer to set the watch to the city or location of his choice for sunrise and sunset indications.

Price: CHF 150,000.

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