Egg-squisite Complication

The term “complicated” does not normally have pleasant associations, and the Fabergé name is most often associated with eggs owned by Russian Czars. However, when you combine these terms, you get the fabulous Visionnaire DTZ.
Text by Bill Lindsey | May 10, 2018 | Luxury

Most often associated with the namesake Russian Imperial Easter Eggs and Brut aftershave, Fabergé has recently morphed into a world-class designer and creator of unique timepieces. The Fabergé Visionnaire DTZ features a mechanical movement and design that are remarkable for their beauty and technical features. Minutes are arranged at the outer edge of the dial, with large hour-marks inside. The inner rings represent the complication, consisting of seconds and then a 24-hour complication as the innermost feature. Traditional hour, minute and a sweep second hand display time in two zones, as the DTZ name (Dual Time Zone) suggests. The auto-winding movement is supplied by Agenhor, known for Van Cleef & Arpels’ Poetic Complications. The DTZ can be had with either a flat black & gray ceramic with titanium housing and face or an elegant rose-gold and titanium housing with a traditional white dial, secured by a handsewn leather strap;