The prestigious Ulysse Nardin House occupies a distinguished place in the history of striking watches. In 1893 at the Universal Exhibition of Chicago, she was the only one to win a gold medal for his chronograph with minute repeater. A century later, it is also among the first to revive the tradition of watches Jaquemarts, with San Marco in 1989 and the Genghis Khan.
Today, it is the Hall of Haute Horlogerie she accesses with Imperial Blue, a luxurious timepiece with a flying tourbillon coupled with a Sonnerie Westminster Carillon. This watch is a witness to the ultimate control of the Art watchmaker Ulysse Nardin.
Decorated with a transparent platinium on which floats a flying tourbillon, draped in a blue sapphire bridge, this luminous timepiece holds the quintessence of horological complications, the Sonnerie Westminster Carillon which resonates on four tones hours, quarters and minutes on demand.
The extraordinary movement of the Imperial Blue will be produced only for twenty insiders who will witness the ultimate mastery of Ulysse Nardin’s Art watchmaker.