Sincere 100 Masterpieces x Franck Muller: New ExhibitionWritten by Melissa Kong
Not to be missed.
Horology enthusiasts, you’ll want to mark this down in your calendar: Sincere 100 Masterpieces is back from 1 to 15 November 2018 at their flagship boutique in Ngee Ann City.
Partnering Franck Muller this time, the exhibition will showcase a spectacular collection from the independent Swiss marque, including the amazing Evolution 3-1 (below) with the world’s first triple-axis tourbillon paired with a perpetual calendar.
Apart from the brand’s historically significant pieces, this exhibition will also feature Franck Muller’s latest timepieces, with a highlight on the sporty Vanguard collection, which also happens to be the newest family in the brand, having been launched in 2015.
Executive director of Franck Muller Asia, Kingston Chu, said, “We are so proud to present the 100 Franck Muller creations. These watches have come to represent what top-level independent watchmaking is all about, symbolising Franck Muller’s creativity and inventiveness that are entirely unique to the brand. We hope visitors to the exhibition will walk away with a deeper understanding and appreciation of Franck Muller’s contributions to contemporary watchmaking.”
Visit the Sincere 100 Masterpieces exhibition featuring Franck Muller from 1 to 15 November, 10am to 9.30pm daily at Takashimaya S.C. #01-12.
Like most people these days, Melissa tells the time with her phone. She considers serious timepieces works of art and thinks the perpetual calendar is the handiest complication to date (pun not intended). She's also a Grammar Nazi but promises not to judge if you can't tell the difference between "guilloche" and "guillotine".
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