Glashütte Alfred Helwig Tourbillon 1920

Glashütte Original celebrates the work of master watchmaker Alfred Helwig with a timepiece that celebrates the design of his Flying Tourbillon. The watch takes inspiration from historic Helwig designs as well as models from his students at the German Watchmaking School Glashütte. Encased in 40mm of rose gold, the watch is powered by the manually-wound Calibre 54-01 movement, which is carefully finished and has a power reserve of 100 hours. The filigree Flying Tourbillon is finished with details like sunburst decoration, Glashütte stripes, polished steel components, and blued screws and screw-mounted gold chatons. 

Limited to 25 pieces. 

$121,800, glashuette-original.com

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