Harry Winston & F.P. Journe Opus One Power Reserve Platinum & Diamonds

$72,000.00 USD

Manufacturer: Harry Winston
Model: Opus One Power Reserve
Reference Number: 200/MAFPJ 38P
Movement: Automatic
Condition: Mint
Gender: Ladies
Time Period: 2001
Retail / Compare-At Price: n/a collector's item
Our Best Price: $72,000

Movement: -
Caliber: 1300
Jewels: -

Case Material: Platinum
Case Diameter: 38 mm
Thickness: 11.5 mm
Waterproof: 165 ft./ 50 m.
Water Resistance: 5 ATM
Material Bezel: Fixed platinum factory baguette-cut diamond-set (39)
Glass: Sapphire crystal antireflective
Dial: Mother of pearl
Dial Numerals: Black printed arched Arabic numeral power reserve indicator  

Bracelet color: Black
Bracelet Material: Leather
Clasp: Fold-over  
Clasp material: 18K white gold

Offset hours and minute dial between 1 and 3 o'clock, subsidiary seconds dial at 4 o'clock, 120-hour power reserve indicator between 9 and 10 o'clock 

Round-shaped case
18K white gold stick-shaped hours, minutes, small seconds and power reserve hands
Sapphire crystal display case back secured by six screws
Platinum downturned lugs set with baguette-cut factory diamonds (12)
Bezel and lugs are set with 4.85 ct Harry Winston diamonds (51)
Harry Winston’s master jewelers have impeccably set the bezel and horns with a series of exceptional diamonds.
The Opus 1 series consisted of three limited editions of six pieces each, all unique. All featured exceptional movements made by F.P. Journe.
F.P. Journe created in 2001 the final six Opus 1 models to be powered by the world’s first automatic movement outfitted with a five-day power reserve – this normal-sized caliber (30.5 mm in diameter and 5.7 mm high) achieved it with just one spring barrel.
The first model, the Opus One 5 Day Automatic featured a F.P. Journe 5 day automatic chronometer movement with free-sprung balance, four adjusting weights, in-line lever escapement and 15-tooth escape-wheel.
Adjusted to five positions. Exclusive power reserve system precision chronometer.
The second model, the Opus One Resonance Chronometer had two time zones and used an altered version of François-Paul Journe’s resonance chronometer.
Last but not least was the Opus One Tourbillon with Journe's one-minute tourbillon movement with constant-force remontoir.
Limited edition n. 1/6
Incomplete (no box, no papers)