Salon d’Automne Paris 1912
Limited series of twelve pieces
|Caliber:||Prokop & Brož - PB 1201 with eccentric and asymmetric placement of the retrograde minute hand and the hour hand, and eccentric placement of the hand showing the current second above six o’clock|
|Case:||solid 14-carat white gold, including the neck of the crown|
|Cover:||solid 14-carat white gold|
|Patented lugs:||steinless steel|
|Crown:||14-carat white gold - classic bulbous design, decorated with the sign of Prokop & Broz|
|Outer glass:||convex sapphire glass R200 with inside anti-reflex, set into the case by way of a special technology, using a nondestructive, removable adhesive|
|Lid's glass:||flat sapphire crystal with inside anti-reflex – the perimeter of the inner surface bears partially lasered labels, including the number of each watch in the format 01/12|
|Lid's screws:||steinless steel screws|
|Hands:||slightly stretched, black PVD coated asymmetrical hands, made of steel|
|Clasp||double "butterfly" stainless steel mechanism with buckle made of 14-carat white gold, decorated with sign Prokop & Broz|
|Strap:||black or brown belt from genuin Itaca leather, embossed with the sign of Prokop & Broz in a circular arc shape.|
|Box:||wooden box from Czech production - solid maple, coated with a deep black "piano" finish and upholstered in real leather|
|Dimensions:||Diameter of the case without crown - 44,4mm
Lenght over legs - 51mm
Thickness of the case - 12mm
Thickness of the case + glass - 13,3mm
Strap - 22/20mm
|The complete set includes:||
Cufflinks made of white gold - made according to the original design of Vaclav Cigler.|
Stone extracted from the foundations of the birthplace of Frantisek Kupka in Opocno, engraved with Kupka's artistic hand signature, and numbered in the same format as the watch.
Certificate issued by Countess Kristina Colloredo Mansfeld, the current owner of the birthplace of Frantisek Kupka, verifying the true origin of the stone. Each certificate is made by traditional technologies according to the original design; a handmade paper with the logo of the family Colloredo Mansfeld.
Book about Frantisek Kupka's Limited Edition and all about the project.