Tourbillon 24 Secondes Vision in platinum

Tourbillon 24 Seconds
Salmon dial

Among this timepiece’s most noteworthy features are its two curved tourbillon bridges, with their delicately hand-polished surfaces. To attain such symmetrical perfection in the finishes of three-dimensional tourbillon bridges is no mean achievement, and indeed each bridge is discreetly signed by the artisan decorator who has produced it – a good way to celebrate the excellence of such watchmaking craftsmanship. Furthermore, in keeping with the highest standards, the movement’s 293 parts, whether visible or not, feature the very best hand finishing that can be found today.

This timepiece is fitted with 5N PVD-treated 
white gold dial. The hour, minute and small seconds hands are made of polished blued steel, while the index features “grand feu champlevé” enamel. The Tourbillon 24 Secondes Vision in platinum with its ‘’Salmon’’ dial is the first in an edition of four timepieces. The following three will also be realised in platinum. This is an entirely new situation, since each Greubel Forsey timepiece usually features only one case version in platinum. 

The Tourbillon 24 Secondes Vision in platinum will be realised in small editions each year.