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    Why does the Corum watch only exist on the Golden Bridge watch line, but why should it exist?

    Ever looked at a brand and saw so much creative diversity that you felt the brand needed every collection to continue its path to success? I have. Just the other day, I was thinking that Corum – a relatively young brand in watchmaking, just established in the 20th century (1955) – has so many iconic watch collections that it can’t just exist One. But the more I thought about it, the more I realized I was wrong. What if a watch brand could only have one line? Can it survive and thrive? With its ever-growing legendary Golden Bridge series, Corum can definitely continue its success.

    As one of the most avant-garde timepieces on the market – thanks to its transparent sapphire case and remarkable French rectangular movement – the Golden Bridge was a revolutionary wristwatch when it first appeared 40 years ago in 1980 surface. It was actually Vincent Calabrese, the extraordinary self-taught master watchmaker who invented the unconventional movement. <p>replica Corum Golden Bridge Watches</p>

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    Vincent Calabrese and the Golden Bridge

    The Naples, Italy-born watchmaker has been creating movements that challenge traditional methods and concepts. It suits his provocative character. At the age of 12, he was expelled from school. After that, he learned some watchmaking skills in a local watchmaking shop, but chose himself as a street watchmaker, but at the age of 17, he left Switzerland and found work in various brands.

    Calabrese was looking to create something truly unique, and by the late 1970s he had conceived the idea of ​​the Golden Bridge. Thanks to the beauty and mystery of his vision, his idea of ​​a linear gear train with no visible connections came to fruition. I remember interviewing him a while back about his quest, and his answer was simple, “I want to invent a watch without a dial. The dial hides the beauty of the watch—the best part, the movement.” That was in horology Long before the world started making dialless skeleton watches. He explained that he even had to create his own tools to make the watch, which seemed simple enough to design and manufacture. <p>buy replicas watch</p>

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