Mystery watches, timepieces where the time indications seem to be floating over the dial, are part of the grand history of watchmaking, going back more than 100 years. It should come as no surprise high watchmaking and diamond jewelry house Jacob & Co. has brought the mystery back with a contemporary high watchmaking and high jewelry twist.
The Mystery Tourbillon combines high watchmaking, a world first with two linked central, back-to-back triple axis tourbillons, with high jewelry, as the case is invisibly set with baguette hexagonal black spinel and the dial is set with hexagonal, "overlapping" black spinel. The sophisticated and ground-breaking Mystery was more than one year in development.
Size & Material
Movement: Caliber: Manufacture Jacob&Co. Manual Winding JCAM32 Diameter: 42.80mm Height: 15mm Components: 430 Power Reserve: 60-Hours Frequency: 21’600 vib/h (3 Hz) Jewels: 68 Decoration: 2 rubies on the tourbillon Functions: Differential Double Triple Axis Tourbillon Cage: • 1st Axis: in 1min • 2nd Axis: in 2min • 3rd Axis: in 2min
Case: Diameter: 50mm Thickness: 22.75mm Material: 18K Black Gold Case Back: 18K Black Gold Bows: Winding and Time-Setting via 18K White Gold lift-out rotating “bows” at case back Case & Lugs: 18K Black Gold; 192 Black Spinel (≈ ct.); Crystal: Domed Sapphire with Anti-reflective Treatment; Water resistance: 30m (3atm)