Although the timepiece exudes extravagant elegance in its entirety, it is the wondrous componential designs interacting in aesthetics and function. The movement is entirely in-house - crafted by Bovet's manufacture Dimier 1738, Manufacture de Haute Horlogerie Artisanale.
- The star of the show is the tourbillon. Invented by Abraham Louis Breguet in 1795 for use in a pocket watch., this watch mechanism (the tourbillon is not strictly defined as a complication) is a revolving cage in which the balance wheel and escapement is placed. It function: to counteract the effects of gravity on the watches movement - click here for an in depth tourbillon discussion. The 13.50 mm diameter tourbillon of the Amadeo Fleurer Rising Star is crafted in such a manner as to appear floating in mid air without support.
- Above the arresting tourbillon, two three quarter plates incorporate additional complications.
- A main guilloché dial in rippling royal blue is the backdrop to an elegant ,almost whimsical, display of time. Two sub-dials , one at the 3'o' clock position and another at the 9 'o'clock position display additional time zones each baring an entirely separate day/night indicators. Clearly labelled above each sub dial is the name of the corresponding city, of which there are 24 choices.
- A 7 day power reserve indicator is situated at the 12 'o'clock.