We all know that Fabergé is famous for its beautifully crafted eggs. We now present its foray into horology–the Visionnaire I.
Designed by Giulio Papi of Renaud & Papi, this watch has a diamond that is dial cut into seven inclined trapezes, which allows the wearer to admire the mechanisms within. These cuts show a different perspective of the watch — it depends on how the wearer moves his wrist. There is a flying tourbillon in this timepiece, which has a black PVD treatment.
The interior of the watch has a celiber TOP14, and a hand-wound movement. There is a 72h power reserve. This can be found on a hard case back, and ensures that your watch runs, no matter what.
The strap is made from alligator and there comes with a blue-treated titanium Fabergé folding clasp.
The fabulous Fabergé Visionnaire I will be available available in rose gold, or in platinum. It is likely to be revealed at Baselworld 2016.[via Haute Time and Luxatic]