Corum has been an Avant Garde watchmaker to pay attention to since the 1950s. Their design choices take inspiration from fashion, art and architecture. Well respected due to their ability to master the design of feminine and masculine watches. The risks they have taken with their watch cases are what sets them apart. Since its inception, Corum watchmaking has been ahead of its time.
The Corum Golden Bridge is rooted back in 1980 when the reference was first launched. This model is considered a unique creation in fine watchmaking, an original design featuring a linear movement of the caliber and a majority of the dial. Corum made the daring choice to design the first watch that was fully transparent. This skeleton watch shows the work of the watchmaker and the beauty of its mechanics. Vincent Calabrese, in his brilliance created the movement with linear gear trains, mounted within a transparent exterior and isolated in space without visible connection.
The Golden Bridge is poised, technological and an icon in its own right. The 113.160.55/002 0000 model has a skeleton dial; a signature tonneau rose gold case and a contrasting brown crocodile leather strap. This timepiece has a self-winding mechanism, a CO 113 caliber and a 40-hour power reserve when fully wound. This watch is water resistant up to 30 meters and is as transparent of a watch as you can get.