This Vallée de Joux horology house updates the shakudo, an ancient alloy from Japan. Made from copper and gold, it uses the different patinas for a better overall look. Above, the coelacanth, a fish with fleshy fins, relaxes at home in a coral reef. Other themes are followed throughout the year in a series of unique pieces mixing shakudo, engraving, and damascene.
This watch has a rose gold case and a 45 millimeter in diameter, and it features manual winding mechanical movement with hours and minutes as well as a brown alligator strap with a red gold folding clasp. It is a unique piece.