HARRY WINSTON

Ocean Tourbillon Project Z3

REF. 400-MAT44R

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This timepiece features an 18K rose gold case with a diameter of 44 mm and a thickness of 15 mm. The time is displayed on an off-center subsidiary dial surrounded by "Côtes de Genève" finishings, while the Tourbillon bridge segment is aligned, creating the shape of a large "8." Furthermore, an interactive Harry Winston logo turns blue when the watch's power reserve is low, alerting the wearer to wind it. Lastly, the Superluminova coating on the arrow-shaped hands and Arabic numerals allows perfect readability at night. 

 

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Harry Winston, Ocean Tourbillon Project Z3, Ref. 400-MAT44R - Twain Time, Inc.

HARRY WINSTON

Harry Winston, Ocean Tourbillon Project Z3, Ref. 400-MAT44R

REF. 400-MAT44R

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While Harry Winston was founded in 1932 and famously became the “Jeweler to the Stars,” the brand also expanded into fine watches in 1989.  Browse our certified pre-owned Harry Winston watches - Twain Time

Harry Winston

While Harry Winston was founded in 1932 and famously became the “Jeweler to the Stars,” the brand also expanded into fine watches in 1989. The first Harry Winston timepiece collection was called the Premier (named after Mr. Harry Winston’s first company, Premier Diamond) and the watches’ signature design detail was a trio of columns on the top and bottom of the case.

It may come as no surprise that several Harry Winston watch collections draw inspiration from precious gems or the company’s iconic flagship store in New York City. For instance, the Harry Winston Emerald watches have cases that mimic the shape of the founder’s favorite diamond cut. The Art Deco-styled Avenue watches are not only named after Fifth Avenue but also incorporate design elements from the store’s architecture, such as the dramatic arched entrance.

In 2001, Harry Winston unveiled the Opus watch series, which were limited edition high-complication pieces created in partnership with master watchmakers. Early in the series, the Harry Winston Opus project was led by Maximillian Büsser (of MB&F) and included fascinating mechanical creations by François-Paul Journe, Vianney Halter, Christophe Claret, and Felix Baumgartner—a veritable who’s who of modern horology. In 2007, Harry Winston doubled down on its watch division by opening up a new watchmaking facility in Geneva, Switzerland. 

Other notable Harry Winston timepiece collections include the classic Midnight, the bold Ocean, the daring Histoire de Tourbillon, and the cutting-edge Project Z, which features watches made from a proprietary material called Zalium.

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