After pushing the boundaries of mechanical watchmaking by mammoth proportions, Franck Muller turns to the Art Deco period for this collection of watches.
Here, the traditional cintree curvex shape that once defined the brand has been updated with both angularity and geometric symmetry – hallmarks of Art Deco. After testing the versatility of the cintree curvex shape with the Mega, the brand returns to its roots and to the roots of its signature shape.
As seen with classics from the 1920s from houses as diverse as Vacheron Constantin, Guerin, Hamilton and Jaeger-LeCoultre, the cintree curvex is very much at home in this style. Dials are available in black or white, with line, grid or rhombus designs while the case is in white or rose gold, with optional diamond settings.
Although they are technically optional, Franck Muller-proprietary Arabic numerals are a must with this collection for a full Art Deco aesthetic.
(Source: Watch Tribune)