September 3, 2020
- Flying Tourbillon
- Water resistance 50m/5 bar
- 211 diamonds
- 13 carats
- All diamonds acquired by Ulysse Nardin comply with the World Diamond Council System of Warranties
- which is bound by the rules instated by the Kimberley Process
The story of Ulysse Nardin started in 1846 when a young visionary watchmaking apprentice in Le Locle, Switzerland, decided to strike out on his own. Ulysse Nardin began by making precision marine chronometers. By the 1860s, his name was well known around the world for highly complicated watches, such as minute repeaters and pocket chronometers. The company made 3, rue du Jardin in le Locle it’s home in 1865, and Ulysse Nardin watches are still being manufactured in the same building today. Unfortunately, Ulysse Nardin died prematurely at the age of 53 years old.