STROM - memento mori
STROM - memento mori

memento mori

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Memento Mori… Carpe Diem! The first model in the Agonium collection. Beneath its rebellious, Gothic outer shell lies true substance. Before being a timepiece, Memento Mori is a reflection of our existential questions. Birth, death, life, time, rebirth. Daniel Strom's creation confronts us with our mortality and challenges our vanities. Something the danse macabre so brilliantly evokes as Death carries rich and poor away in its dance. Life is fleeting; one and the same destiny awaits us all. No one can stop time, outwit time, fly in the face of time. The skulls that embellish Memento Mori are far from being a mere facade. They are a powerful symbol. Life. To be lived to the full. While the primary function of Memento Mori goes beyond the measure of time, it no less does justice to Swiss watchmaking expertise. The case, carved from a single block, represents the fusion of watchmaking and metal art. Gold, silver, platinum and palladium, as many versions as moods, are brought to life by the artist's talent. The sculpted case encloses the inner case that holds the movement, an ETA 2824 calibre. As for the dial, it borrows the hallmarks of two world-renowned clocks: Big Ben in London and the Zytglogge in Bern. "Bone white" or black with twelve Roman numerals, it is the epitome of discretion. A trio of hands counts time: hours, minutes and seconds. Movement Automatic, ETA 2824 calibre Functions Hours, minutes and seconds Case Solid sterling silver, 18K gold, palladium or platinum, finished by hand Inner case in stainless steel Curved anti-reflective sapphire crystal Water-resistant to 50 m / 5 ATM Dial "Bone white" or black Roman numerals Gold-toned, white or black polished steel hands Strap Black Hornback alligator with skull buckle in solid sterling silver, gold, palladium or platinum

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