Greubel Forsey Double Tourbillon Technique

For the first time, Stephen Forsey and Robert Greubel have moved from their customary finishing technique to an openwork format, and the results are spectacular. This watch displays an innovative approach to movement architecture, while nonetheless hewing to a traditional sense of proportion and aesthetics that will appeal to a more classically minded buyer.

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