Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Emile Chouriet Soleos Silver Star

Name of this new timepiece is derived from the contraction of names of two gods belonging to two different mythologies:  Sol, the Roman god embodying the sun and Eos, the Greek goddess of the dawn. The silvery dial made of opaline is filled with rays starting from the centre and extending outwards to the chapter ring. Each of the geometric grooves sets up interplay of contrasts between the silver grey and the steel grey. The central hour, minute and second hands have been discreetly coated in silver, while the metal-bevelled date window has a special shape to blend into this light-filled decor.
Technical details
Reference 08.1155.G.

Calibre EC9316 (based on ETA2824)
25.60mm in diameter, 4.60mm thick
25 jewels
28’800 vibrations per hour (4Hz)
Power reserve: 38 hours
Winding: Automatic, Emile Chouriet bidirectional rotor

Hours, minutes, seconds in the centre,
Date counter at 3H

Bezel: Fixed, fluted, steel
Diameter: 40mm
Water resistance: 30m
Glass: Sapphire glass
Case back: Sapphire
Crown: 3 positions (manual winding, date correction and time setting with stop-second mechanism)

Silver opaline, grooved and sanded, applied silver markers, printed minute track, steel lancine-style hands, steel second hand, and black Arabic numerals on a white disc

Steel links on three rows or black calfskin with alligator scales, folding clasp

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