Unique Luxury Watch From Slovakia

Molnar Fabry Majestic Tourbillon Piece Unique Watch

Possession of a rare or limited edition watch is something that many of us will not be able to enjoy…
However the Slovakian duo behind Molnar Fabry specializes in creating such unique pieces since 2006 has something that should be appreciated, even if it is only on pictures. Molnar Fabry Majestic Tourbillon Piece Unique watch presents its superb beauty on the dial, which is housed in a rose gold case.

Molnar Fabry Majestic Tourbillon Piece Unique Watch
Molnar Fabry Majestic Tourbillon Piece Unique Watch

Michal Molnar and Igor Fabry accepted the challenge to create interesting watch, and this new model that bears their signature has a housing with a diameter of 44 mm and stunning dial, which is inspired by the Art Deco decade.
When you first see its polished and satin surface, you will see just a hint of its serious and elegant presence. The front of the watch showcases the sun’s rays, truncated to allow a view of the gear train which animates the hands. Crafted in rose gold, the hands are also cathedral-shaped in keeping with the personality of this beauty. The rose gold hands contrast with the black rhodium background making the time easy to consult. Crowning the dial at 12 o’clock is a rose gold arrow studded with a diamond, like a rose window in a cathedral.

Molnar Fabry Majestic Tourbillon Piece Unique Watch
Molnar Fabry Majestic Tourbillon Piece Unique Watch

The skeletonized nature of the Molnar Fabry Majestic Tourbillon Piece Unique Watch obviously allows a view on the movement. The new design required a tremendous commitment, taking into account the amount of work that had to be invested in stripping mechanism, without disturbing its stability.
Inside this watch is TT800 One Minute Tourbillon mechanism made by TechnoTime which is hand-wound and automatic. The frequency of the calibre is of 21,600bph, and it has a power reserve of 72 hours.
This watch comes on a blue alligator strap, hand-made by ABP Paris. With more than 400 hours of manual work, which is reflected in this watch, its price of €85,000 is a real bargain.

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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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