The striking Golden Bridge watch, first unveiled by Corum nearly 35 years ago, has been reimagined with a ceramic case.
While the boats in the 34th America’s Cup may struggle to make the starting line, watches dedicated to sailing, and racing in particular, have arrived in greater numbers than ever before.
Ever since the relaunch of its 1980s classic Golden Bridge model, Corum has turned exhibitionist movement architecture into a brand specialty.
Women can count themselves fortunate that they need no longer choose between a dainty dress piece and a man’s watch that has been shrunken and ringed with diamonds.
At one time, the most impressive feature of nearly every coveted timepiece was the decorative art it showcased.
In the years since Corum reengineered its famous Golden Bridge from the 1980s, that specially conceived, in-line movement has been implemented primarily in men’s watches, despite its air
The $290,000 Corum Admiral’s Cup Minute Repeater Tourbillon 45 (www.corum.ch), a special-edition minute repeater tourbillon that
Admiral’s Cup Tides 48 features phases of the moon, tide levels and timing, and tide height, current strength, and water height by factors of 25.
Corum's latest diver's watch takes full advantage of the massive Admiral's Cup case. This watch is formidable with a helium-release valve and 1,000 meters of water resistance.
Only five timepieces will be created featuring a La Joux-Peret 7910 movement, 46.86 carats of diamonds, and 23 carats of sapphires.
Corum’s unique linear Golden Bridge movement is 1.19 inches long and rests on hand-engraved plates and bridges.