Introducing: The F.P. Journe Limited Edition Steel Set, Celebrating The End Of 38 MM With Something Very Special (Details, Live Pics, Pricing)
To commemorate the finish of 38 mm watches, F.P. Journe has revealed a case set of five watches, and here’s the awesome part – they in 38 mm stainless steel cases with bronze-hued dials! Limiting their chiming watches, Journe’s dress watches are just accessible in red gold or platinum cases, so this is the solitary time any of the watches in this assortment has been offered in steel. Creation will be restricted to only 38 sets, each of which will come in an uncommon box engraved with the name of the owner.
The watches remembered for the set are:
– Chronomètre à Résonance
– Octa Automatique
– Octa Calendrier
– Chronomètre Souverain
Another extraordinary thing about this set is that four of the five watches are ended, thus this is perhaps your last chance to purchase them new.
The Tourbillon Souverain in the set is the first form, which was never made with a gold development and was ended in 2003, to be supplanted with the dead seconds rendition we know today. The Chronomètre à Résonance has the first symmetric dial, which was ended in 2010 and supplanted with the deviated adaptation that incorporates a 24-hour sub-dial. While its development is to be sure gold, you can in any case see the barrels that are normally hidden in the advanced Resonance. The Octa Automatique and Octa Calendrier – two tenets of the Journe assortment – were both ended 2014. Among the pieces in this exceptional set, just the Chronomètre Souverain is as yet being made.
The cost for this arrangement of five treated steel, 38 mm F.P. Journes? $308,200. Sounds like a ton, until you understand that is really a critical sum not exactly if you somehow happened to purchase each of the five watches today at retail. Just 38 sets will be made altogether, and in case you’re intrigued contact your nearby F.P. Journe seller .