Panerai's new timepiece is also its most complex

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Published: Jun 9, 2016 06:03:44 AM IST
Updated: Jun 2, 2016 03:23:54 PM IST
Panerai's new timepiece is also its most complex

Time, and Time Again
The new Radiomir 1940 Minute Repeater Carillon Tourbillon GMT from Panerai has an exclusive tourbillion regulator and a double minute repeater mechanism that chimes either local time or a second time zone. For this special edition watch, Officine Panerai has developed the new P.2005/MR manufacture movement, a hand-wound skeleton calibre fitted with a high-end minute repeater mechanism. This is technically the most complicated watch ever made by Panerai in Neuchâtel, Switzerland.

Steely Serenity
The serenity of lilies floating on water has been captured in The Lily Pond installation by Delhi-based artist and designer Alex Davis. It is made of stainless steel that has been handpolished for a mirror finish.


Baggage Claim

The Journeyman backpack from Filson is both rugged and stylish with a waterproof lining. Gussets on either side ensure that your pricey technology won’t fall out when you unzip. Comfy and elegant, it’s a far cry from the dopey totes of yore.

Work Wise
The Onyx collection from Carlton is crafted out of pure leather and is tailor-made for jetsetting businessmen. The range comes with multiple pockets, smart sleeve, iPad sleeve, padded laptop compartment and soft, padded handles.


Raising the Bar
This Anteak bar stool with a two-tone mahogany and a walnut finish makes an impressive addition to a home bar. It comes with a classic 360° swivel seat in green leather, with an ornate hand-carved leaf in teak wood at the back and a metal footrest.

(Raising the bar, Steely serenity, courtesy Better Interiors)

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