The Nabucco Cello Tourbillon Skeleton timepiece was created by Raymond Weil – a Swiss luxury watchmaking company that was founded in Geneva in 1976. Inspired in its design by the graceful curves of a cello, this is the company’s first piece to feature a tourbillon movement, and it boasts a stunning dial that reveals its intricacy in great detail.
The dial flaunts Boston-shaped, diamond-tipped steel hands as well as four small strings that are stretched between 9 o’clock and 3 o’clock. The tourbillon escapement is held together by f-hole shaped bridges, which complete the cello-inspired look. Limited to just 10 pieces, the Raymond Weil Nabucco Cello Tourbillon Skeleton will cost $39,995 and will feature a black Nile crocodile strap complemented by a polished steel folding clasp that comes with a complex security system. And since presentation is very important, each piece will be delivered to its owner in a beautifully designed box that honors the exquisite musical instrument.