Minimal, transparent and elegant…
For the first time we see a very obvious Daniel Roth watch with the Bulgari brand on it. While I’m still not sure how this whole “co-branding” thing will work out between Bulgari and Daniel Roth (Bulgari owns Daniel Roth and Gerald Genta and recently announced that Bulgari brand would essentially become the primary brand –and you can read more here), I can still appreciate the incredible look of this new watch. The plates, bridges and ratchet-wheel are meticulously openworked. The dial merges into the movement and features a minimum of finely engraved metal serving to mark the hour circle on the front and the power-reserve display on the back. The main plate is barely 3.48 mm thick, making this model one of the world’s thinnest tourbillon watches.
Bulgari Daniel Roth Tourbillon Lumière
44 mm 18-carat rose gold, mechanical hand-wound “skeleton-work” movement, Calibre DR 780, Tourbillon, power-reserve display, hand-decorated gold bridges and mainplate, 64-hour power reserve, anti-glare sapphire crystals on the front and back, blued steel serpentine hands. comes on alligator leather strap with rose gold pin buckle.