“Where do you see Graham fitting in the market?”, “what type of person collects your watches?”, “do you think George Graham would like the watches you are making today in his name?” are some of the questions that Eric Loth is answering in this interview.
When the next yearly WatchTime New York show wrapped up on Saturday, lots of attendees walked off with either a new watch on their wrist, or an idea for their next purchase–or just tuned into the horological high that so many fans thirst for. For a lot of visitors, it also provided a chance to see timepieces that was announced but hadn’t yet been displayed to the public. One such exle is the eight-piece, limited-edition Geo. Graham Orrery Tourbillon, an unexpected high complication by a brand most noteworthy for its dedication to high-octane sports watches. Geo-Graham Orrery Tourbillon – frontThe Graham booth was packed throughout the two-day honest as people crowded around to see that the timepiece inspired by brand eponym George Graham’s creation of the contemporary orrery at 1713. From the 2017 Geo-Graham Orrery Tourbillon, a tourbillon crafted by Christophe Claret forms the beating heart of the galaxy while Moon and Mars characters–crafted with real fragments of their celestial bodies obtained out of meteorites that fell to Earth, and a Kingman-turquoise Earth–circle the tourbillon enclosed within an 18K pink stone bridge. In the middle of the engraved star exle, a cabochon diamond marks the deceased centre for its solar rotations.