Russian jeweller Fabergé has unveiled a new chronograph called Visionnaire for the upcoming Baselworld. The 43mm-wide case watch comes in two metal options—rose-titanium and black ceramic-titanium. Each watch is accompanied by a leather strap.
A watch within a watch, this new timepiece features an automatic calibre 6361 called AgenGraph—an iconic movement created by Agenhor (a Swiss manufacturer). The movement took a decade to manufacture and creates 21,600 vibrations per hour in the timepiece. Visionnaire’s movement also gives the timepiece a 60-hour power reserve.
The watch not only marks 100 years since the start of the Russian Revolution but also pays a tribute to the unfinished Constellation Egg of 1917, one of the fifty-two eggs commissioned by the Romanov Family to Carl Fabergé between 1885-1917.