Jacques Reverso One Duetto Jewelry

The use of decorative arts to give the ultimate feminine charm, exquisite, exquisite, simple and stylish design, has made the Reverso watch series shining on the wrist. In 2017, Jaeger-LeCoultre launched the Reverso One Duetto Jewelry jewellery watch in rose gold, which is extremely elegant in appearance and exudes charming femininity. This piece is inspired by the purest Art Deco style of the 1920s and 1930s, when the classic Reverso watch was released. The rose gold bracelet is composed of geometrically shaped chain links, embellished with gorgeous diamonds, and is uniquely designed to highlight the extraordinary skills of the master of jewelry craftsmanship. The distinctive diamond pattern on the back dial is striking. This watch is full of personality and elegance, becoming one of the delicate and elegant works of the Reverso series.

Inspiration from decorative arts
   Jaeger-LeCoultre Reeverso One Duetto Jewelry jewelry watch in rose gold combines high-end jewellery and fine watchmaking craftsmanship in the Grand Workshop to present a masterpiece of jewelry that perfectly balances artistic design and functionality for women. Inspired by Art Deco, this watch features a rectangular dial, a diamond pattern on the back dial, and an 18K rose gold bracelet design with slender and slender lines that show elegant femininity. In addition, the top and bottom of the dial are decorated with iconic three decorative engravings, making this reversible watch more distinctive. Art Deco style has been leading the fashion since its birth and has always been new. This exemplary work perfectly interprets the Art Deco minimalist design philosophy.

   Jaeger-LeCoultre’s craftsman interprets the concise beauty of decorative arts, echoing the new image and status of women in this era. Freed from physical and mental constraints, women are freed like never before. This freedom can be seen in different costumes and shapes, such as the use of softer fabrics, tailored slightly loose clothing, cut long hair into shoulder-length short hair style, and the bell hat gradually popular at the time.
Feminine and charming jewelry masterpiece
   Jaeger-LeCoultre’s jewellery craftsmen have designed a unique bracelet for the Reverso One Duetto Jewelry series of jewellery watches, the links of which are subtly intertwined, soft to the touch, and fit perfectly to the wrist; plus the slightly concave case To ensure comfortable wearing.

   The master of jewellery craftsmanship has exerted excellent craftsmanship, setting gemstones on the links of the rose gold bracelet one by one. The finely crafted details complement the dial on the back. The diamond-shaped pattern on the rose gold dial is beautiful, and it is even more charming against the backdrop of carefully set brilliant-cut diamonds. The front dial is made of Bali mother-of-pearl, which is also full of elegance.
   Arabic numerals are hand-painted with elegant outlines. Gold-plated lines subtly outline the corners of the dial, highlighting the sheer geometric beauty of minimalist lines. The crown is diamond-shaped, showing ingenious light and shadow effects.
   The decorative engraving on the upper and lower sides of the dial is set with bright-cut diamonds, which exudes the brilliance of fine jewelry art. This Duetto double-sided watch is equipped with a Jaeger-LeCoultre 844 manual winding mechanical movement, which simultaneously drives the time display on both sides of the dial, which shows the superb craftsmanship of the brand watchmaker.
   The new Reverso watch is extremely delicate, showing extraordinary femininity. Jaeger-LeCoultre presents new works, adding unlimited creativity while retaining the design features of this classic watch. This watch showcases the exquisite jewellery craftsmanship of the Grand Workshop and is admirable. Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Rare Crafts (Métiers Rares) workshop brings endless creativity, constantly introducing timepieces with the ultimate craftsmanship and artistic aesthetics.

Istiyad Ashbah’ (‘ghostbuster’) Won The First Glashütte Original Documentary Award

For Glashütte Originals, the Berlin International Film Festival that opened last week has a special highlight: the Glashütte Original Documentary Award. The grand prize of 50,000 euros was originally created and sponsored by Glashütte. This year, the winner of the award was ‘ISTIYAD ASHBAH’ (‘Ghostbusters’) screened at the Berlin Film Festival ‘Panorama Unit’.

   The film festival’s closing ceremony was quite grand, putting a perfect end to the ten-day film festival. At the same time, as the owner of the Golden Bear VIP Room at the Berlin Film Festival, the well-known German watchmaker Glashütte also exhibited its new gilt sixty square chronograph watch this year for guests from all walks of life to appreciate.

   ‘ISTIYAD ASHBAH’ (‘Ghostbuster’) is a cooperative film among France, Palestine, Switzerland and Qatar, and it is also the first film to win the Glashütte Original Documentary Award. Director Raed Andoni and producer Palmyre Badinier attended the official awards ceremony on Saturday evening.

   The trophy for the documentary award was designed and hand-crafted by craftsmen at the Glashütte Watchmaking Factory and was created by Laura Poitras, Daniela Michel and Samir The jury was awarded to the winners. This film has gone through a lot of screenings to stand out from the 16 nominated films and win the championship. The judges gave the film a very high evaluation: ‘The documentary film can build a bridge between different cultures and convey a message. The award-winning filmmaker shows us in a brave, innovative and original style. The possibility of mankind fighting oppression with dignity. ‘

   Director Reed Anthony expressed his joy on behalf of the cast members: ‘This film records the people who live in the darkest part of the world, and because of them I can be under the high-profile spotlight tonight Receive this award. Of course, this award is not limited to prize money. It is also an appreciation and encouragement. ‘

   For Glashütte Original, this iconic moment is the perfect harvest of the 67th Berlin Film Festival. The Saxon watchmaker sponsored the festival for the first time as a major partner. In a festive and relaxed atmosphere, Glashütte originally used this special occasion to showcase his colorful and special watch series. The new Glashütte original gilt sixty square chronograph watch has a boxy shape and unique style, and has become the protagonist of many exhibitions and events in the Golden Bear VIP Room.

   During the film festival, Glashütte Original receives many important guests from the film and watchmaking industry every day, inviting them to a space with a Glashütte original style opposite the red carpet. CEO Thomas Meier was also present at the scene and was enthusiastically involved in the welcome: ‘Being able to add color to this Berlin Film Festival through our Golden Bear VIP Room and the idea of ​​creating a documentary award, as well as film production and the wrist We are very proud of the exchange and collision between watchmaking arts to create opportunities. This year is our first time as the main partner to sponsor the Berlin Film Festival. In addition to witnessing countless important and exciting moments, we also gained many positive and practical experiences It’s worth a permanent aftertaste. ‘

   At the same time, Glashütte Original also opened a watch rental service for the first time. In a suite at the festival’s partner hotel, the original Glashütte team offers an introduction to the new watch collection for interested guests. On the red carpet of the Berlin Film Festival, and in the theaters around the town of the film festival, there is no shortage of Glashütte’s original elegant timepieces as the focus.

   This time, the film festival was grandly opened in the Golden Bear Lounge, and many heavyweight figures from the German film industry also came to help Glashütte’s original film festival activities. The schedule of the lounge is also full, not only the gatherings of the international documentary film industry, but also premiere warm-up activities including multiple entries such as competition units. The ‘Golden City’ Pforzheim Reception, as well as on-site evenings including customers and distributors such as WEMPE and Bucherer Berlin. Among the guests gathered in the Golden Bear Lounge, there are many well-known actors and film directors such as Sandra Hüller, Oliver Hirschbiegel, Iris Berben, Tom Tykwer, Tom Schilling, Volker Schlondorff, Juliane Konler and so on. Glittering golden bear lounge.