Harry Winston’s jukebox-inspired timepiece
The Opus 14 is part of the brand’s Opus saga
Luxury jewellery specialist Harry Winston has collaborated with independent watchmakers Franck Orny and Johnny Girardin to create a jukebox-inspired timepiece, the Opus 14. The watch, limited to 50 pieces, evokes a jukebox whose mechanics have been miniaturised. Housed in an 18k gold case, it is designed after the 1950s rock 'n' roll era. Details that exemplify the period include red and blue colours invested on the watch’s dials, minutes’ arc, and hour markers. It encloses four disks each showing a specific display: local time, GMT time, the date and a star. The star is particularly reference to the stars of the Hollywood Walk of Fame. It bears the signature of Mr. Harry Winston. The watch’s movement is exclusive to Harry Winston and the Opus collection. It also has two power reserves, one which ensures up to 68 hours of timekeeping and the other which guarantees up to five back and forth disk movements. Users can choose the desired display by activating the selector, located at 9 o'clock.