Glashutte Original Senator Tourbillon
The model places the Flying Tourbillon, developed by Glashütte watchmaker Alfred Helwig in 1920, within the elegant frame of a contemporary redesign of the Saxon manufactory’s classic Senator series.
The 42 mm case of this timepiece features a somewhat slimmer bezel than previous Senator models, allowing the bezel to serve as an elegant frame for the fine lacquered grey grained dial.
The dial visuals feature Roman numerals and a classic railroad chapter ring engraved in the surface which subsequently receives an elegant silver inlay.
The distinctive Panorama Date is presented in white on a dark ground beneath hour 12, and the ‘poire’ hands in white gold enhance the transcendent elegance of the design.
Automatic movement with hour and minute, small secons on tourbillon cage and flying tourbillon.
Glashütte three-quarter plate with stripe finish, Breguet spring, skeletonized rotor with stripe finish, double-G logo and 21-carat gold oscillation weight, screw balance, balance bridge engraved by hand, blued screws, bevelled/polished edges, polished steel parts.
|Base:||Glashütte Original 90-02|
|Time:||Hours, Minutes, Small Seconds|