|Romain Jerome Rock the Rock DNA|
Romain Jerome presents Rock the Rock DNA timepiece at the Only Watch Auction held by Antiquorium next month in Monaco to raise funds for research into Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. The rocky surface of the dial surrounded by a Black matte ceramic Bezel is actually crafted from rock taken from the ancient part of Monaco known as the "Rock of Monaco" . The "Rock of Monaco" is a giant 459 foot Monolith jutting into the Mediterranean sea on which sits the "Old Town" of Monaco - not far from the Prince's palace. The dial was extracted from the west cliff of the Monaco rock for the Only Watch Auction on February 10th ,2011 by Philippe Mondielli, geologist and scientific director of the Prince Albert II of Foundation and Luc Pettavino, President of the Monaco Association Against Muscular Dystrophy.
Red lines of Latitude and Longitude on the rock dial and small seconds hand intersect at the Principality of Monaco. The Red line of Longitude extend from dial to black rolled-edge alcantara strap. Beneath the rock dial within a 46mm PVD black case beats a Caliber C22RJ51- Automatic Mechanical movement with a power reserve of 42 hours. The sides of the case are crafted from black satin-finished PVD-coated steel complimented by the same material on the lugs and lug inserts. The paws are crafted from highly resilient black ceramic and titanium screws and the crown is comprised of black PVD coated steel with rubber..
On the case back is a Rock the Rock engraving. This watch is a Limited Edition of One, and part of Romain Jerome's DNA collection.
i can`t believe this, honestly this brand has notting better to do than generate expensive nonsense watches with by the way doesn't ave anything special, as a watch is as common as any automatic watch, please give us a break!!! and create something really newReplyDelete
There are true outstanding watches here ! Can't wait to see them September 23rd !ReplyDelete
I love the color of that watch. Red and black is very powerful color and it makes it very luxurious.ReplyDelete