Forbes India 15th Anniversary Special

A Touch of Class

A pick of the best, the latest, the greenest, the quirkiest, the most luxurious... that money can buy

Published: Feb 4, 2015 07:38:11 AM IST
Updated: Feb 4, 2015 02:10:55 PM IST
A Touch of Class

Skeleton on the Wrist
With the Excalibur Spider collection, Roger Dubuis takes the skeleton theme beyond the movement, extending it to the case, flange and hands. The collection is named after the complexities of the spider’s web, a skeleton-work found in nature. The Excalibur Spider Skeleton Flying Tourbillon picks up the signature features of Roger Dubuis skeleton watches, the star-shaped design, the tourbillon carriage shaped like a Celtic cross and the high-end finishes including a circular-grained plate.
The Excalibur Automatic Skeleton maintains its architectural and powerful  design, despite its automatic movement. The 42 mm pink gold case and bezel frame a 3D effect created by raising the skeleton ‘star shape’ and playing with the height of the open-worked micro-rotor.

A Touch of Class

Chair Person
D&M has launched Walter Knoll’s latest furniture range, created by internationally acclaimed designers and architects. Featured here is the Kyo Lounge, a lounge chair with soft padding. Other products in this new range include the Healey Lounge, Seating Stones and the Keypiece Communication Desk.

A Touch of Class


Touch of Glass
This Umberto Vase, mouth-blown by skilled glass artisans, can hold not just flowers; fill them with candies and even beads to add colour to classic glass.

A Touch of Class

Table Decor
Inspired by wild flora and fauna, this table fountain with splashing birds has been crafted with silver and rose quartz stone.

(Touch of glass, Table décor, Chair person, courtesy Better Interiors)

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