Maurice Lacroix sold design items

Launched in 2010 Maurice Lacroix and wallpaper * their first joint collaboration with designers Gwenaël Nicolas, Arik levy, Neil Barrett, a reinterpretation of the Pontos Décentrique GMT. In 2011 its own interpretation saw the opportunity, again three designers this in 2007 the design award red dot award-winning classic develop. The watches were presented in March 2011 world watch and jewelry show “Baselworld” and auctioned off by 1-22 June 2011 on www.antiquorum.com. The proceeds will go to three charities of your choice the designer.

Maurice Lacroix Pontos Décentrique GMT by Patricia Urquiola

For the Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola, a watch is more than just something that serves the reading of the time, and this is clearly expressed in their sculptural interpretation of the Pontos Décentrique GMT, which was simple, but yet playful fashion. The auction proceeds from Patricia Urquiola’s watch goes to the global diversity Foundation.

Technical details movement: Handverziertes mechanical automatic movement ML 121, 30 jewels
Features: Dezentrierte hour, minutes and seconds, decentred day and night display for the second time zone, brushed, sand-blasted, black printed silver date display at 6 o’clock.
Housing: Sand blasted, stainless steel; on one side on the dial side anti-reflective, domed sapphire glass, screwed case back with Sapphire Crystal; waterproof up to 50 m (5 atm), diameter 43 mm.
Bracelet: Genuine black calf leather
Dial: Silver sandblasted dials into the surface for the first and second time zone and date display. printed on black markers for the first and second time zone; rhodium-plated hands (hours/minutes/second time zone), bright night.

Maurice Lacroix Pontos Décentrique GMT by Rodolfo Dordoni

For the Italian architect Rodolfo Dordoni, whose interpreting the Pontos Décentrique GMT with an engraved date display and polished indexes for the time display is provided, everything he designs reflects something of its personality. The auction proceeds by Rodolfo Dordonis watch go to the European Institute of Oncology.

Technical details movement: Handverziertes mechanical automatic movement ML 121, 30 jewels
Features: Dezentrierte hour, minutes and seconds, decentred day and night display for the second time zone, brushed, skeletonised date display in black gold at 6 o’clock.
Housing: Brushed stainless steel. on one side on the dial side anti-reflective, domed sapphire glass, screwed case back with Sapphire Crystal; waterproof up to 50 m (5 atm), diameter 43 mm.
Bracelet: Real Brown crocodile leather
Dial: Silver brushed with solarisation. applied rhodium-plated and polished markers; circular, unterstreichende the date indicator opening (from 4 to 3 o’clock); rhodium-plated hands (hours/minutes/second time zone), bright night.

Maurice Lacroix Pontos Décentrique GMT by Kris Van Assche

The weathered effect and the stainless steel elements of Van Assches Watch

reflect the idea of the Belgian fashion designer of masculine men’s fashion. “Regardless of whether one designs shoes, belts, jewelry or a watch – men’s fashion should be never too extravagant,” says Kris Van Assche. The auction proceeds by Kris Van Assches watch go to Sidaction.

Technical details movement: Handverziertes mechanical automatic movement ML 121, 30 jewels
Features: Dezentrierte hour, minutes and seconds, decentred day and night display for the second time zone, brushed, skeletonised date display in black gold at 6 o’clock.
Housing: Brushed stainless steel. on one side on the dial side anti-reflective, domed sapphire glass, screwed case back with Sapphire Crystal; waterproof up to 50 m (5 atm), diameter 43 mm.
Bracelet: Stainless steel with real Brown calf leather.
Dial: Black, black gold (external game); Smith oxidized special effect (first time zone); engraved hours – and Minutenmarker; rhodium-plated hands (hours/minutes), night bright; Chapter ring and hands (hours/minutes) of the second time zone yellow gold with hand painted black spots; Metallized Sapphire Crystal above the date display (at 6 and 2 o’clock).

Images: (c) manufacturer / title image (v.l.) Patricia Urquiola, Kris Van Assche, Rodolfo Dordoni