Corum's 'Golden Bridge Watch' is a striking 18kt gold timepiece with an unusual form. For the most part, the watch resembles a traditional chronograph, except for its face.
The original Golden Bridge Watch first made appearances in the 1980s, inspired by the iconic New York structure. This version is updated to offer a clean, modern aesthetic. Inside of the glass watch face, the watch's tiny gears have been stacked vertically. The clear front and back of the watch face gives a beautiful view of the neatly-arranged gears that seem to be suspended in place.
Corum included other small details, like engraving the brand name onto the stack and placing a small crown at the six o'clock position.
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