Although Titanic in 1912 was a sorrowful tragedy, it provided endless inspiration to many art creators. In addition to touching movies, the famous watch brand Patek Philippe is also A enamel clock with a dome was carefully made for it.
This special-shaped dome enamel clock was completed by two people, one of which was Patek Philippe, a Swiss watchmaker, and the other was the famous jeweller Lunn’s.
The reason why you want to complete a Titanic-themed clock is actually a coincidence. In 2010, Patek Philippe’s President Thierry Stern went to visit the Belfast’s Titanic Quarter in person. This is Belfast Investment 70 A multi-billion pound construction of a ‘Titanic’ centre that interacts with tourists.
It was such a natural visit. Mr. Thierry Stern found Peter Lunn, then president of Lunn’s, and they planned to launch a timepiece with special elements of Titanic to commemorate the 175th anniversary of Patek Philippe.
The watchmaking program started in 2011 and is managed by Sandrine, Patek’s, the wife of Thierry Stern.
The entire production time took five months. The difficulty of this dome clock is not only in design, but also in craftsmanship. For decades, Patek Philippe’s famous dome clock has become part of the brand’s heritage. It condenses a variety of challenging and rare crafts such as silk enamel. As an active defender of outstanding manual skills, Patek Philippe not only uses rare watchmaking techniques such as filigree enamel to make each rare table clock, but also cooperates with the famous Baccarat crystal to pay tribute to the superb skills of crystal glass craftsmen.
This Titanic enamel clock uses nearly 25 meters of golden silk thread and 22 different glaze colors. The glazing process took more than 200 hours. This Titanic enamel dome clock is currently on display in the Lunn’s showroom.