Corum commends the 40th anniversary of Golden Bridge
As a true symbol of modern watchmaking, Corum’s Golden Bridge celebrated its 40th anniversary this year. The brand behind this completely original work released two limited edition models to commemorate this milestone (Golden Bridge HERE Brief history).
Corum Golden Bridge in the 1980s
The mechanical structure and characteristic design of Golden Bridge are recognized by its unique French bread-shaped movement (all parts are arranged in a linear manner), and it is still as different as it was decades ago. These two new commemorative models prove this: the first is a limited edition of three in white gold, and the second is a limited edition of 40 in rose gold.
The 18K Platinum Golden Bridge Rectangle 40th Anniversary commemorative event is capped at three units in recognition of the three co-founders of Corum. The mouse’s case and lugs are engraved with floral patterns, and the mouse and fern patterns are a tribute to the Sapin style (“pine style”) art decoration that originated from La Chaux-de-Fonds and were designed by the Swiss to Art Noveau An acceptance.
On the other hand, on the 40th anniversary of the Golden Bridge Rectangle made of 18K rose gold, the sapphire caseback is marked with the main logo of Corum and the limited edition number is engraved at three o’clock. Both watches use the manual-winding CO113 movement and have a 40-hour power reserve.
“We were inspired by the Art Deco period, which formed the basis of the first works designed by Mr. Bennwater (Corum’s first CEO). The “Corum Key” on the rose gold sapphire caseback The logo and hand-engraving on the entire white gold case commemorate the anniversary of Replica Corum and the Golden Bridge and pay tribute to history. “This is an important achievement of La Chaux-de-Fonds hand-made watch industry. “Corum’s marketing and sales director Boon Chong Soon said.