Matthew Norman makes a vibrant comeback with the latest addition to the Diaphane collection: Diaphane in blue. The Matthew Norman caliber 1754 SKII has been skeletonized to reveal the exquisite intricacy of its wheels and escapement within its mechanical movement. This compact 8-day mechanism pulsates gracefully in harmony with the passage of time.
Diaphane’s design accentuates the presence of 18 jewels nestled within the movement, creating a mesmerizing ballet that delights the senses. The timepiece features two vibrant blue plates, adding a touch of modernity and verticality to its overall aesthetics.
Through Diaphane’s sophisticated design and the play of transparency and light, these elements unite harmoniously under the overarching theme of simplicity.
To enhance the appreciation of the skeleton movement, Diaphane is placed under a protective dome of mineral blown glass.
About Matthew Norman:
Since its establishment in the 19th century, in Switzerland. Matthew Norman has dedicated itself to upholding the legacy of travel clocks. Through its dedication to expertise and creativity, Matthew Norman brings forth exquisitely reimagined timepieces that embody both tradition and modernity.