Trusted Corum – Bubble by Nelson De la Nuez and Elisabetta Fantone Replica Expensive

Trusted Corum – Bubble by Nelson De la Nuez and Elisabetta Fantone Replica Expensive
January 22 15:31 2018 Print This Article

The King of Pop Art Nelson De La Nuez presents his collection of 3 Bubble timepieces. Special launch events featuring the timepieces and the original paintings with personal appearances by the artist will be organised in major US cities in 2018. More info to come !

Bubble by Nelson De la Nuez and Elisabetta Fantone

The Bubble by Nelson De la Nuez © Corum

Following the success of her Mona Lisa, Elisabetta Fantone will be launching her new Bubble Dali at Art Basel Miami during which an exclusive event will be held at the Hotel National on Wednesday 6th from 7pm. During the Art show, she will also be taking over the National Hotel lighting up the hotel’s façade, exhibiting throughout the hotel her art pieces and designing a Corum suite.

Bubble by Nelson De la Nuez and Elisabetta Fantone

The Bubble Dali by Elisabetta Fantone © Corum

Today, we’ll need to give the brand a little bit of latitude when it comes to celebrating this anniversary — the very initial Corum Coin Watch was introduced in 1964, and of course, we’re now in 2015 (51 years later). The way to get about that little detail? Well, by using coins created in 2014. These were apparently sorted through and selected as being prime examples of what these coins are (therefore, no, no “misprint” dials to be had here), and have never been in circulation. And, besides the hole drilled into them to find the central arbor through, there are no visible modifications to this coin.Provided the sapphire crystal upward top stays in 1 piece, it is likely a coin that won’t ever see any other alterations or wear. As is suitable for your Corum Coin Watch, the faces of the case (36mm for its golden, 43mm for the silver) feature a coin edge — possibly the very best use of the concluding suggestion. In my eyes, the bezel surrounding the crystal also has the expression of a coin, which provides the look, subsequently, of only having a coin with a few lugs attached which is sitting in your own wrist.I myself’ve never been a coin collector (however, I think I have some birth-year coins wrapped around), so I’m definitely not the target for your 50th Anniversary version of the Corum Coin Watch. That said, when it comes to a watch with an overall theme, this is about the simplest, cohesive illustration I could maintain up. If you want to pick one up for yourself (or your great-great grandson, according to the marketing stuff), you may either purchase one individually, or get yourself a pair — as a good coin collector does, I suppose. There will be 100 of every made accessible, together with all the 22kt gold version going for $22,400, as well as the .925 silver controlling a cost of $12,100. If you end up collecting both watches and coins, then, I cannot think of a better view to flaunt both passions at precisely the identical time.

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