moon grand perpetual

MooN grand perpetual - meteorite

The meteorite dial of th MooN consists of asteroidal fragments from the asteroid belt between  Mars and Jupiter. In processes of collision these fragments split off from their "home planet". The typical Widmanstätten pattern of the meteorite clock faces can only develop when a melted metal subject cools down very slowly which in this case means that it needed millions of years. So the meteorite material that is fabricated for the Schaumburg Watch Perpetual MooN Meteor did need millions of years and a distance of several million kilometres to become part of this extraordinary watch. Therefore every watch is a unique piece with its own galactic history that escorts every owner of the Perpetual MooN Meteor. . . . Read more