Maestro Phase de lune semainier
Raymond Weil Maestro Phase de Lune Semainier
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Seven midnight blue hands travel across the heavenly dial of the maestro Phase de Lune Semainier.
They give order to the universe, beating in time to the conductor and indicating the phases of the moon, the month, the week, the day, the date, the hours and the minutes.
With this unique complication in its collection, and a design of refined elegance, RAYMOND WEIL offers watchmaking enthusiasts an exceptional timepiece.
Time has always enjoyed a privileged relationship with astronomy. In fact, observing the heavens over the centuries has made it possible to measure the passage of time. Astronomical complications were very much in vogue from the Renaissance, first of all in big clocks then in pocket watches with skillfully miniaturized mechanisms.
Today, these complications are still just as fascinating, exhibiting the ultimate technical craft and know-how of the watchmaker.
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