Time is the most mysterious element in the universe, apart from space. Time and space are notions that we completely do not understand, and only believe that we do. We hopelessly try and measure time, and add a sort of permanence to it by manufacturing watches and Horological devices.
If time is immemorial, why not build a watch that brings back the relics of time from a prehistoric period? How about a watch that comes with the fragments of monsters that walked the earth 130 million years ago?
Well, the Louis Moinet Jurassic Tourbillion comes with fragments of authentic fossilized dinosaur bones dating back to 130 million years. This hand-wound watch also comes with an amazing 18K white gold case with 56 Top Wesselton VVS baguette diamonds (3.46 cts) on the bezel.
The tourbillion cage at 6 o’clock makes sure you can watch how gravity is defied. The 72 hour power reserve at 12 o’clock makes sure you know when the watch is going to stop running. It is water resistant to 30 m and could be taken during kayaking or such other watersports. No information about its price or availability whatsoever.
Baselworld 2010 is scheduled from 18-25 March.