Benu Lost in Space
A special anniversary watch, this unusual design suspends the petite caliber 102.0, measuring just 26mm, inside a 44.5mm case. The dial is a hand-cut relief engraving of the moon topped with two grand-feu enamel dials. It is held in place by four architectural struts, giving the impression that it is, in fact, lost in space.
Limited to 26 pieces, $45,000
Tefnut 1001 Nights
The asymmetrical case in Moritz Grossmann’s showstopping ladies’ mechanical watch was created with jewelry designer Michael Koh. The lugs are suspended on one side and topped with blue cabochons, and the asymmetry is matched in the radiant guilloché on the dial. The subdial at 3 o’clock features a beautiful desert landscape created with inlaid mother-of-pearl underneath a crescent moon.
Continually celebrated for its beautiful movements, the marque listened to collectors and created its first watch with the movement visible on the dial, using a new caliber, 107.0. Essentially flipping and mirroring the Atum movement, it showcases the 2/3 plate construction, ratchet wheel with three-band snailing and an intricately decorated cantilevered balance cock.
Limited to 18 pieces in platinum, $46,000