Poetic Wish Watch By Van Cleef & Arpels Poetic Romantic Time

Van Cleef & Arpels launched the Poetic Time series of poetry and complexity in 2007, which greatly surprised watch fans, and the Lady Arpels Pont Des Amoureux model released in 2010 was the same year GPHG Women’s Watch Award. In 2012, the brand continued the story of five years ago, introducing two poetic romantic watches, Arpels Poetic Wish and Midnight Poetic Wish. This pair of watches is a collection of high-quality gemstones (set with diamonds D, E and F, with very slight flaws), extraordinary craft series (engraved in gold, painted enamel, mother-of-pearl, gemstones) and Fine watchmaking company (constant force mechanism, a five minute repeater and three automatic devices). With the popularity of ‘Shinabashi Lovers’ last year, the main development goal of the high-end watch production base Agenhor under the leadership of Jean-Marc Weiderrecht is this watch.
     Just like all Van Cleef & Arpels poetic complication watches, the two new Poetic Wish watches are certainly more than just an ornament. Their movements indicate minutes and hours in the form of ‘poetic romantic animation’, and adopt the ‘five minutes and two questions’ mechanism, that is, the hour is reported first, and then the minutes are reported in units of 5 minutes. The spring reed strikes a clear and pleasant sound, showing design ingenuity.
    These two poetic romantic watches use metal engraving, micro-painted enamel, mother-of-pearl engraving and diamond setting technology to create beautiful dials. After turning the crown at 2 o’clock to wind the two-question function, the girl under the tower in the Arpels Poetic Wish watch will slowly approach the center of the dial, and the mother-of-pearl clouds will gradually approach her. When the two meet, the watch will report a small clock sound, and then the paper kite above the Notre Dame will slowly fly, echoing the five-minute clock sound. Similarly, in Midnight Poetic Wish, a young male on the left side of the watch dial stands on a balcony in the Bastion of Notre Dame Cathedral slowly moving towards the center of the watch, indicating the precise hours, and the mother-of-pearl cloud opposite him Will move towards him with the level. When the two met, the bell of the church called the bell, and a diamond shooting star on the dial appeared behind the clouds and flew to the sky to indicate the minutes with the bell’s music rhythm. In addition, every Poetic Wish watch is equipped with a precious watch box, which is inlaid with rare wood and mother-of-pearl. The creative ideas in the box come from the production of stringed instruments, which complement the moving music with poetic complexity.