The Earth’s only natural satellite, the moon, has inspired watchmakers and brands for centuries. One recent example is Cuervo y Sobrino’s Historiador Double Luna, a notably classic timepiece with an elegant, vintage-style charisma.
Set within a beautiful anthracite-gray background comprising of Clous de Paris guilloche, pink gold colored hands and indexes as well as markers, the age of the moon in both the northern and southern hemisphere is displayed at 6 o’clock. In addition, there is an indication of the weekday and month as well as a pointer date.
These functions are orchestrated by the self-winding CYS 6631, based on ETA 7753, which comes to life through the sapphire pane of the 40 mm stainless steel case. It offers gorgeous finishings and details, such as perlage and the customized oscillating weight displaying the brand’s logo sprinkled with tiny stars. The Cuervo y Sobrinos Historiador Double Luna retails for $6,650.
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