Rose: The Watch Bar hosts ‘Circle of Time’

Rose: The Watch Bar hosts 'Circle of Time'

Rose: The Watch Bar hosts ‘Circle of Time’October 8, 2012: A landmark event for the luxury connoisseur in India, The Circle of Time, proved to be an exciting horology show organised by Rose: The Watch Bar. An exposition of the world’s leading watch brands, their novelties, complications and limited edition timepieces; the event was a perfect platform for watch lovers and brands alike.

Luxury watch brands – like Bulgari, Hublot, Jaeger-Le Coultre, Parmigiani and Ulysse Nardin showcased their finest creation and limited edition time pieces for the crème de la crème of Indian patrons. True to its objective of being an exposition to connect with the consumers, this event provided the brands with an opportunity to share their haute horology with watch lovers.
Each of the brands showcased their most priced complications. The House of Parmigiani, a powerful symbol of the watch making renaissance in the val-de-travers boasted about their sparkling timepiece Kalpa Joaillerie, Kalpa Tonda 42 Hemispheres, Bugatti Super Sport and many more. On the other hand, Swiss brand Ulysse Nardin showcased the Royal Blue Tourbillon Haute Joaillerie, the Safari Minute Repeater; 3 dimensional appearance, triple Jack Minute Repeater, Freak Blue Phantom and many more.

Jaeger-LeCoultre displayed the Master Compressor Extreme LAB 2 and Duomètre à Quantième Lunaire. Hublot, the masters of fusion between tradition and future, showcased Big Bang Vendome Tourbillon, Tourbillon F1 and Vendôme Gold Tourbillon. Finally, Bulgari displayed the most renowned Serpenti Pink Gold, the Aesthetique Line: Serpenti and the Octo Maserati automatic watch amongst many more.

With this event, Rose hopes to set another bench mark in luxury marketing and retailing. It is said that at Rose: The Watch Bar, they don’t sell a product; they provide an experience – and that they did!

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