Harry Winston raises curtains to showcase its sixth chapter of Histoire de Tourbillon. Like its predecessors, the Histoire de Tourbillon 6 is obviously a legacy watch. This High Watchmaking and High Complication by Harry Winston once again pushes the envelope in both technical sophistication and exclusivity. Its HW4701 caliber is the most complex in the Histoire de Tourbillon series. A genuine first in the history of horology, it combines two independent hour indications: one regulated by a tri-axial tourbillon and the other by a karussel.
Both karrusel and tourbillon operate in a similar manner and feature the same exceptional precision-rating qualities. The impressive white gold case is designed to fit the contours and accompany the technical constraints of a movement distinguished by its unique complexity and construction.
The 55 x 49mm watch comes on black alligator strap with ardillon buckle and is limited to only 20 pieces, priced at $722,900 each.