Monday, October 18, 2021



Founded in 1955, Corum represents creative and daring watchmaking. Corum uses an approach free of dogmas that enables a reconceptualization of movement construction, its casing, and the artistic crafts that brighten the dial. Behind the many technical achievements (Golden Bridge baguette movement) and aesthetic achievements (Coin Watch, Feather, Bubble), Corum continues the tradition of high quality watchmaking that is ahead of its time.
Corum, established in La Chaux-de-Fonds, is opening itself up to the contemporary, street art, and classical art worlds, and in doing so attracting the attention of various trendsetters. At once disruptive, yet respectful, of its watchmaking heritage, Corum maintains its status of a niche brand aimed at collectors of unconventional timepieces.
Corum’s current pillars include four collections that embody its vision of 21st-century watchmaking:
Admiral, Bubble, Golden Bridge and Heritage.


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Corum circles movement with 360-degree view of Golden Bridge anniversary celebration

Corum has created the sapphire crystal as a single sapphire piece that extends from the top crystal to the sides of the watch – allowing for a 360-degree view inside.

Corum creates Admiral watch in glittering gold and carbon

Corum’s Admiral watch collection is more than 60 years’ old, but it is getting a thoroughly modern makeover for 2021 with an Openworked Flying Tourbillon piece in a black carbon case flecked with 18ct gold.

Watch fit for a king to be sold as Elvis Presley’s 18ct Corum goes under the hammer

It is expected to fetch up to $64,000 as part of the firm’s Fine Jewelry and Watches Live Online auction on November 17.

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