Introducing Moser’s Latest Limited-Edition Tourbillon Featuring an Exquisite Jade Dial

In the world of watchmaking, where innovation meets artistry, the pursuit of dial perfection has taken center stage this year, with artisans poised to elevate designs through captivating colors, textures, and innovative materials. Leading the charge is Moser, unveiling a captivating iteration of its renowned Streamliner model adorned with a mesmerizing jade dial and an enchanting flying tourbillon complication.

The integration of stone dials marks a relatively recent trend in horological craftsmanship, tracing its origins back to the 1960s. However, it wasn’t until the 1970s, when Rolex introduced meteorite dials, that this style gained widespread acclaim. Moser has previously experimented with stone dials, featuring variations in jade and lapis, each encased in a distinctive tantalum casing. Now, the brand presents a bolder and warmer rendition, boasting a radiant jade dial paired with a lustrous rose gold case and integrated bracelet.

At the heart of the new Limited Edition Streamliner Tourbillon Concept Wyoming Jade lies a dial that steals the spotlight in more ways than one. Firstly, there’s the jade itself, sourced directly from Wyoming’s earth, left untreated to preserve its inherent character and organic allure. The exceptional intensity of this specific jade variant, meticulously selected for its depth, enhances the dial’s allure.

The elegant olive hue of the jade serves as the perfect backdrop for the flying tourbillon positioned at six o’clock. Driving this intricate complication is the automatic HMC 804 caliber, featuring a double hairspring mechanism. This innovative design, employing a pair of precisely matched hairsprings, ensures that any shifts in the center of gravity are counteracted when the springs expand, thereby minimizing the effects of friction and enhancing accuracy.

Available in a limited edition of just 100 pieces, the Moser Streamliner Tourbillon Concept Wyoming Jade embodies exclusivity and sophistication, with each timepiece priced at $119,000.