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Krayon’s Solar Art: A Collection of Watches

Krayon has outdone themselves with their latest creation: the Anywhere Métiers d’Art Azur. This stunning watch features a platinum case and a unique dial that appears to be suspended in the center of the watch. The time is indicated via two hands in the center of the dial, while a sun-icon solar display surrounds it, indicating the time over 24 hours.

The ring-shaped display is divided into a diurnal sector (sky blue) and a nocturnal sector (midnight blue), showing the sunrise and sunset times on the inner bezel. The date and month can be seen on a subsidiary dial at 6 o’clock. The enamelist behind this exceptional dial has deposited lacquer by hand until the desired blue color is achieved, creating a truly unmatched result.

As a double calendar watch, the Krayon Anywhere Métiers d’Art Azur requires only five annual adjustments, easily made using the crown in both directions. The watch offers a generous eighty-six hours of power reserve from the manual-winding Caliber C030, entirely assembled by Rémi Maillat, Krayon’s founder and master watchmaker.

This limited edition watch of fifteen offers the purchaser the unique opportunity to set the watch to the city or location of their choice for the indication of sunrise and sunset. Priced at CHF 150,000, this watch is a true masterpiece of horology. Check out this video to see the Anywhere Métiers d’Art Azur in action.


Credit: Krayon

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