Two limited editions in black DLC titanium with a bold design referring to suspension bridges.
Corum Golden Bridge Round 43 Art Deco in the wild
The mechanical side of the new Golden Bridge Round 43 Art Deco is embodied by the famous baguette manually-wound movement installed vertically at the very center of the transparent dial. Its golden bridges and mainplate are engraved with the brand name. In order to keep the perfect symmetry, the winding crown sits at 6 o’clock. Four symmetrical series of cables extending across both sides of the movement follow the looks of suspension bridges and continue the architectural inspiration of the collection. 16 brass cables are drawn from the 43-mm black DLC titanium case emphasizing the overall emptiness.
Corum Golden Bridge Round 43 Art Deco with the golden-coated cables
The same minimalist approach goes to the indication: all you’ve got here is a pair of central hands. But then again, as a part of a classical dressy collection the Golden Bridge Round 43 Art Deco should be fine with that. The watch is available in a rhodium or gold finish versions, both strictly limited to 188 pieces and comes complemented on a black vulcanized rubber strap.
Corum Golden Bridge Round 43 Art Deco with the rhodium-plated cables