Graff shows growing mastery of complications with first flying tourbillon release


Master jeweller Graff has only been making luxury watches since 2008, but is already making an impact with high end, complicated pieces that utilise the company’s expertise in gold, diamonds and other gems.

In 2017, Graff is dialing up the complexity of its watch designs with the launch of the Mastergraff Structural Skeleton Automatic, featuring a flying tourbillon.

The 46mm timepiece is available in 18ct rose or white gold and titanium DLC, all featuring a flying tourbillon at 6 o’clock with a 72 hours power reserve.


No details have been shared about how many of the Mastergraff will be released, but we have been told that each one takes over a month to assemble at Graff’s Geneva maison.

The watch features a skeletonised dial, sapphire glass bridges, open worked hands and a small offset rotor to allow the inner workings of the watch to be seen from all angles.

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