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In the Chinese classic “Journey to the West”, the Monkey king is very well-known in the story. Louis designed the dial of the watch. In the heaven palace, the Monkey King is holding a diamond stick with clouds and goes through the clouds to the Temple. The monkey soldiers are cheering and making noise. The role of Monkey king in “Journey to the West” is purely fictitious. In order to make it more realistic by the sculpting craftsmen, Louis personally imitated the character of Monkey king during the design process. After repeated improvement and costing one hundred parts damage, each carving process is meticulous in order to make the dial to have a three-dimensional effect of the fine appearance. The craftsmen also worked hard on the splint part, spent all their time on completing the sculpture of the dial. In order to present an eye-catching effect, the dial is embedded with eleven sapphires and a ruby as a time index. The Chinese fretwork lines are used to decorate around the dia. The curved three-dimensional plated rose gold barrel case firmly encloses the movement. It simply brings out Chinese cultural elements. The designer finally shows the part of the Tourbillon gently and placed it at the 6 o'clock position at the foot of the carving of the Monkey King. Using the rotation of dynamic movement, it makes the sculpture more lifelike and full of style.
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