Blancpain Tribute to Fifty Fathoms No Rad for Only Watch

Cool Blancpain pays tribute to only 2021 50 Fathoms No Rad

Blancpain’s popular vintage diving observation orange and no date

Every two years, the watch industry surrounds a great career, through donating unique watches, a unique watch during this year, can only watch. This idea is to create a special model, never do anything, and in all fair, all brands are definitely playing this game, with amazing watches. As always, there are always some models to seize our attention, for example, this year is the unique work of Blancpain, and the orange (this year’s theme) is a 50-year-old Fathoms No Rad.

The NO RAD name is certainly important for diving observation enthusiasts, specializing in collecting military models. Some of the watches have a special forces and Flock, BlancPain has always been a top choice, which is a prognostic manner in the field of diver instruments. In 1953, BLANCPAIN and the President Jean-Jacques FIECHTER showed one of the earliest submersible watches, which would be incredibly legitimate and attract the army around the world. For example, BlancPain has developed a Watch of German military-or “bundeswehr” in the mid-1960s – so-called fifty Fathoms RPG 1 model, or “Bund No Rad”. This watch is equipped with “Campwiimmer”, the Elite German Frogman Commando unit, until the early 1970s. The difference attribute of the RPG 1 model is the “non-radiation” flag found in 6 o’clock on the dial.

These “non-radiating” BLANCPAINs, their dials indicate that there is no laser dial because height can be collected. For this reason, the brand shows these “no” watches to contribute tribute to these “no” watches in 2010. 5015B pays tribute to the fifty-year-old Fathoms.

BlancPain specially observed 2021 watches based on NO RAD table in March 2021, most of which have the same specifications, but with multiple elements, making this model unique – and more bold. What is it? Well, only the situation only used to observe the 2021 RAD, means a fairly compact polished stainless steel box 40.30mm, with thread and shovel and 300 meters of water resistance. The cautious gap between the border, the side is also maintained, but the insert is different, and the dial is also the same.

For each version, only the design specific color chart and this year’s fundraising plan are based on orange theme. Although not all brands are decided to use this color in their unique watches, BlancPain is advantageously depends on this bold color to create a unique NO RAD. First, the baffle insert made by the dome and the glossy sapphire crystal, it sees its 60-minute level, the lower luminescent material below.

Then, the tribute dialing to the fifty Fathoms NO RAD is only used to observe the RAD of 2021 and slightly modified. Obviously, orange is found in the mark and hands. Both have very different than classic nonlinear curves because the combination of display points and rectangles is marked and applied on the dial. In the same vein, the hand is white painted instead of polishing metal. Other differences in this OW model are No Rad logo, and now has orange background with yellow logo. The matte black base is still the same, but if you look closely, you will see this unique work is a ban, and the version of March 2021 has a date window in the date window of 3 o’clock.

Orange is not the easiest color, sometimes causes the watch of the tits. But here, I must admit that the way BlancPain is just amazing. Orange almost makes the watch tropics, super solidification, more vivid, not traditional models. Never say, there is no date to show that there will be more than one fan. In the rest, the watch is still sized, comfortable, and tropical rubber straps.

It is also a slight different movement under the hood. The standard production model is equipped with Calibre 1151. For this Ower Edition, BlancPain is using Calibre 1154, which shares the same technical foundation, but a real no-date movement (there is no ghost position here). At 3Hz, it has a 100-hour power reserve, and is decorated, with a black coating rotor of pure gold, with special “only watch” inscription. replica RAFAEL NADAL watches

This BlancPain pays tribute to the fifty-year-old Fathoms, only the 53 batches of 53 years can be taken in 2021.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS – BLANCPAIN TRIBUTE TO FIFTY FATHOMS NO RAD FOR ONLY WATCH 2021

Case: 40.30mm diameter x 13.23mm height – stainless steel case, polished – unidirectional bezel with sapphire crystal, 60-minute scale in orange – screwed caseback and crown – 300m water-resistant

Dial: Matte black, orange-coloured painted markers, orange lume in hands, no-rad logo at 6 o’clock

Movement: Calibre 1154, in-house – automatic, central rotor – 27.40mm x 3.25mm – 28 jewels – 190 components – 100h power reserve, with 2 barrels – 21,600 vibrations/hour – hours, minutes, seconds

Strap: 20mm Tropic-like rubber strap with steel pin buckle

Reference: 5008E-1130-B64A

Harry Winston

Harry Winston OPUS 12 watch OPUMHM46WW001

World famous jeweler: the name behind the design.

Part 1: Harry Winston

Tiffany & Co., Cartier, Harry Winston-all famous jewelers and household names. We saw their designs on the red carpet, as well as Boucheron, Faberge, Piaget, etc. These companies are more than just brands. They are the enthusiasm and creativity of people who love high-quality, fashionable jewelry and want to make their mark in the emerging industry. In this special blog series, we will explore the history of these famous jewelers and how they started their journey. Along the way, we will find some interesting tidbits, such as:

The story tells that Harry Winston bought two carats of emeralds for 25 cents when he was 12 years old. He recognized the value and sold it for $800 in two days.

In 1904, when Louis Cartier chatted with his friend Alberto Santos-Dumont, he realized the necessity of watches. Santos complained about the difficulty of flying when using a pocket watch. This is Cartier’s inspiration for creating watches.

Frédéric Boucheron, the founder of Boucheron Paris, was the first jeweller to move to Place Vendôme. It is said that he especially chose the sunniest corner of the square, so that the diamonds on the windows have extra brilliance.

Peter Carl Fabergé (Peter Carl Fabergé) made the first Faberge egg for the Russian Tsar Alexander III to his wife Empress Maria in 1885. The Czar ordered another egg in the second and second year. Faberge’s design was completely free, and the Czar did not know what would happen.

Georges Édouard Piaget’s first workshop was on his family’s farm in the small Swiss village of La Côte-aux-Fées in the Jura. He is committed to perfecting the cheapest watches mechanism to reduce the size of the timepiece.

We know these names and have heard of these heritages, but now it is time to learn more about the identities of these well-known jewelers. Every story begins with dreams and determination. Each story inspires us to appreciate the glory of building an empire. Each story provides insights for the inspiration of timeless design.

In the first article of this series, we will take a closer look at the diamond jewelry giant swiss Harry Winston.

Famous jeweler: Harry Winston, King of Diamonds

The legendary Harry Winston (Harry Winston) was born on March 1, 1896. Winston’s father Jacob (Jacob) ran a small jewellery shop, and Harry has been helping in the shop since he was very young. The story goes like this: 12-year-old Harry Winston (Harry Winston) bought two carats of emeralds from a pawn shop for 25 cents, hitting symbolic gold. Realizing its value, he turned around and sold it for $800 in two days.

Start with modesty
At the age of 19, Harry Winston used his savings of $2,000 to start the Premier Diamond Company. Within 2 years, he founded a company worth $30,000. When one of his employees ran out of all his stock and cash, he was unfortunately hit. Winston was not afraid and used the remaining money to buy jewelry from real estate sales. He took the gems from the outdated environment and reshaped them into a modern style and sold them at high prices. His fame increased when he acquired Arabella Huntington’s famous jewelry collection. By 1932, his wealth and business had been rebuilt, and Harry Winston closed the Premier Diamond Company and opened Harry Winston Inc.. Winston continued to design elegant and timeless jewelry with real estate jewelry.

Harry Winston used his vision to make big deals and continued his success in the diamond industry. In 1935, he bought a 726-carat Jonker diamond for $700,000. This famous diamond is the seventh largest rough diamond on record. He sent it to the New York headquarters through the U.S. Post Office for a total of 64 cents. The diamond is cut into twelve individual gems, the largest being an emerald cut diamond of 125.35 carats. After buying and selling diamonds, Harry Winston’s fame continued to grow worldwide.

As the years passed, Harry Winston’s luck has been good. Highlights of these years include the 1940s, when Harry and his designers developed cluster technology, the style of the work is based on a single diamond rather than a metal setting, thereby maximizing the brilliance of the stone. Today, more than 70 years later, this design continues to this day.

Winston on the red carpet
We are all looking forward to the jewels worn by the stars on the red carpet. Many people borrow high fashion, which is a tradition when luxury Harry Winston lent diamonds to Jennifer Jones to win the Oscar in 1944. Jennifer won the best actress award that night. This move earned him the title of “Star Jeweler”.

“Talk to me, Harry Winston! Tell me everything!” Marilyn Monroe sang in the famous song “Diamonds Are Girls’ Best Friend” in the movie “Gentlemen prefer blondes.” The film was released in 1953, more than 20 years after Harry Winston opened a store, and is considered the “king of diamonds.”

“Talk to me, Harry Winston! Tell me everything!” Marilyn Monroe sang in the famous song “Diamonds Are Girls’ Best Friend” in the movie “Gentlemen prefer blondes.” The movie was released in 1953, more than 20 years after Harry Winston opened a store, and is considered the “king of diamonds.”

Diamonds to the world
In 1958, Harry Winston gave a gift to the world by generously donating the Hope Diamond to the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. With the Hope Diamond, the museum was able to establish their national gem collection.

In 1966, Harry Winston bought a 241 carat rough diamond. He cut it into flawless 69.42 carat pear-shaped diamonds. The diamond was sold to Harriet Annenberg Eames. She auctioned it to Cartier, who sold the diamond to Elizabeth Taylor’s husband Richard Burton for more than $1 million. Renamed to Taylor-Burton diamond, it was originally placed on a ring and later renamed as a necklace.

After working in the diamond industry for a lifetime, replica Harry Winston died in 1978 at the age of 82. His legacy continues through Harry Winston Inc.’s jewelry. Today, you can see his works worn by royalty, celebrities and museums are timeless works of art.