Harry Winston’s Opus 14 brings back the 60s

Rock 'n' roll baby

Harry Winston’s Opus 14 brings back the 60s
The jukebox style timepiece creates a fun and innovative addition to the house of Harry Winston

The fourteenth addition to the Opus saga by Harry Winston brings a hint of playfulness with the best in mechanical innovation. The 55mm Opus 14, is a result of a collaboration between Franck Orny and Johnny Girardin that tests the limits of the imagination.

Much like a jukebox, the limited edition timepiece, is enclosed in 18-carat white gold and takes its inspiration from the rock-and-roll era. With separate — and interchangeable — dials for the local and GMT time display, the creation is unique in its own way. Two other discs sit on the dial, and feature the date and the star with the signature of Harry Winston, reminiscent of the stars of the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

The mechanisms of a jukebox come into play with the help of the selectors at the 9 and 4 o'clock positions on the side of the case. Activating these will select, free and move the discs between the platform for display. This patented miniaturisation of the jukebox is exclusive to Harry Winston and is part of the identity of the Opus collection. A sapphire crystal glass covers the case and case back, while black alligator leather fits the creation onto your wrist.

The Harry Winston Opus 14 is a limited edition collection of 50 pieces.

Text: Vimidamini Haridasan

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