This special engagement offers collectors a rare opportunity to experience Greubel Forsey timepieces firsthand. The featured pieces spotlight a number of the company’s greatest achievements and span its entire collection, from the extraordinary Grande Sonnerie unveiled earlier this year to the Double Tourbillon 30° — the first calibre the brand ever created.
Highlights of the upcoming exhibition include:
The Double Tourbillon 30° Technique Sapphire, which features a case carved from a single piece of sapphire crystal. Greubel Forsey will only produce eight of these timepieces and the one on display is among the last in the limited-edition series.
The Double Balancier is one of the most technically advanced non-tourbillon pieces the brand offers. Guests will see the one-of-a-kind, blue-dial version that Greubel Forsey made exclusively for Cellini.
- The QP à Équation’s remarkable list of functions includes a tourbillon that’s set at a 25° angle and rotates once every 24 seconds, as well as a bi-directional perpetual calendar, equation of time, and indications for seasons, solstices and equinoxes.
Cellini’s NYC boutique is open Monday to Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
About Cellini Jewelers
Cellini’s boutique on Madison Avenue is home to an unsurpassed collection of timepieces from the world’s most exclusive and innovative watchmakers. Its extensive selection appeals to a wide range of horological enthusiasts, from those searching for their first fine timepiece, to seasoned collectors who appreciate seeing rare pieces they can’t find anywhere else. In addition to watches, Cellini is also home to a rich assortment of exceptional jewelry, which includes everything from bespoke showpieces to elegant essentials. Alongside Cellini’s own signature creations, jewelry obsessives will also discover sparkling creations from celebrated designers like Sutra and Victor Velyan.
About Greubel Forsey
When Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey teamed up and launched Greubel Forsey in 2004, they shared a common view that there was still room for creativity in the development of complications in watchmaking. Their goal was to improve the performance of existing complications but also to invent innovative mechanisms. The technical and aesthetic aspects complement one another, giving rise to bold creations.
Greubel Forsey creations have been honored with many prizes and are presented each year at the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH) in Geneva, which brings together some of the most prestigious watchmaking brands. Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey create just under one hundred timepieces each year – which speaks volumes about the quality of their workmanship and attention to detail.
20 Calibres Retrospective Exhibition
When: July 10 to 24
Where: Cellini Jewelers
509 Madison Avenue
New York, NY