Richard Miller Rm 51-02 Tourbillon Diamond Watch

This new high-end jewelry tourbillon watch is inspired by the ubiquitous organic forms and spiral lines in nature, and uses agile curves to outline a movement full of vitality.

At 6 o’clock, the tourbillon is decorated with 14 ornate arch lines, like a diamond waterfall flowing down. It is gorgeous and dazzling like snow, which is dazzling and brings endless reverie. The spiral design is like the stars of the vast galaxy, like the swirling vortex in the tide, or the spiral stripes from animals or marine plants.

The bottom plate of this manually wound tourbillon movement is made of all-black agate, a chalcedony stone containing silicon dioxide (SiO2), which is latent crystal quartz. Agate generally shows black and white stripes, commonly known as onyx, and all-onyx is extremely rare in nature.

The RM51-02 tourbillon watch continues the brand’s many technological innovations. Its movement has a variable inertia balance wheel and a PVD-treated grade 5 titanium alloy hollow bridge. The movement parts are hand-polished, with many chamfers and mirror finishes. This watch also has an additional safety device: a torque-limiting crown to prevent damage to the movement caused by excessive winding or excessive pressure on the barrel spring.

Each arch line is inlaid with a single row of diamonds, the case part is inlaid with white diamonds, and the curved curve is highlighted by black sapphires. This watch inherits Richard Mille’s meticulous attention to detail and its meticulous work attitude. The crown is set with three rows of diamonds, and the brilliance of this watch is set off by the sophisticated decoration of the crown.

The RM51-02 Tourbillon Diamond Watch is limited to 30 pieces worldwide.