The newest Golden Bridge Round Dragon watches feature a carved gold dragon that can be galvanized in any Pantone color and created as a unique piece. The dragon occupies the entire center of the see-through watch, wrapping around the vertical Golden Bridge hand-wound movement. Each dragon boasts two black diamond eyes and a pearl on the tip of its tail. The 18-karat gold bezel is set with 96 baguette-cut diamonds.
|$200,000 - $300,000
|Power reserve range (hours)
|24 - 48
|Case diameter (mm)
Since 1955, Corum established boldness and creativity as its guiding principle, leading it to have the aesthetic acclaim it has today. Founded in arts center, La Chaus-de-Fonds, this Swiss brand borrows from both the virtuosities of this mountain village and the seductiveness of its summits and is shown in even the first of its timepieces.The Chinese Hat debuted in 1958 in an almond shape. It was eye-catching and evocative. The ridged texture of the piece, inspired by straw and bamboo leaves, similarly shows command of craft.Though innovation has spurred Corum to create even more technically advanced timepieces, the arresting artfulness of its watch design remains. A significant piece made in the modern day is the Golden Bridge Stream. Powered by automatic movement and combining cutting-edge micromechanics with monumental architecture, the transparent intricacy of the linear mechanism at the watch's center impresses both the engineer and art enthusiast. The newest of this line includes the Golden Bridge Round Dragon, a fierce and flamboyant piece that can be galvanized in any Pantone color.