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Pierre DeRoche’s New TNT Royal Retro Skull

TNT Royal Retro Skull

Pierre DeRoche’s new TNT Royal Retro Skull reflects the highly contemporary trend for personalisation, while preserving all the original qualities of its Royal Retro movement. The world’s only calibre capable of housing six retrograde seconds mechanisms stages a fascinating ballet of six hands dancing across ten-second periods that instantly draws the gaze and positions this timepiece firmly in the category of “showtime” complications. In the notable absence of a dial, its broad and eminently visible central bridge provides unlimited space for brand aficionados to make their individual model even more exclusive and personal.

TNT Royal Retro Skull
TNT Royal Retro Skull

On this first limited-edition interpretation, the hexagonal central going train bridge is adorned with a skull motif that has become a classic theme in contemporary watchmaking. A distinctive laser-engraving technique creates a striking play on light and shade exploring the many nuances of grey. Contrasting shades outline the shape of the skull using the “light trapping” method, offering a fascinating means of marrying metal with this promising form of expertise.
The excellence of Dubois Dépraz, a renowned Manufacture of complicated movements, powers the beating heart of the TNT Royal Retro. This sporty timepiece displays the hours and minutes, seconds with retrograde function appearing on six 10-second sectors, moving retrograde hand indicator and a date window. Its 47.5 mm-diameter case is made of steel and black PVD-coated titanium, set in this version with 240 brilliant-cut totalling approx. 1.10 cts.
This inherently rebellious, unique and technical TNT Royal Retro Skull is limited to only 5 pieces.

TNT Royal Retro Skull
TNT Royal Retro Skull

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Written by Slamchica

Aleksandra Arsenovic graduated with a degree in economics and has a master degree in tourism. Since she worked as a travel agent, she has traveled around the world and developed an interest in luxurious hotels and exotic destinations. As a big fashion fan, Aleksandra loves expensive and luxury fashion items. As an editor of Extravaganzi she shares her knowledge about travels, fashion and accessories.

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