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Rolex GMT-Master II Replica has unveiled its Chamber of Wonders Collection, which includes three timepieces that represent different eras. The collection includes the Pearl of Wonders (the Pearl of Wonders), the Terrestrial map and the New World. Each one boasts an extraordinary dial thanks to artisans who create fine details on a background of exceptional materials.
The Pearl of Wonders is the first model of this collection. It features a map that was drawn in the first half of 13th century by an historian named Ibn al-Wardi. This dial features an atlas that is based on Ptolemy's theories, who is considered the father of geographics.
This map shows the impact of Arab culture at the transition between the Middle Ages to the Renaissance. Many people may not be aware that Arab astronomy in the Middle Ages was highly advanced.Rolex Replica Watches The Arabs of that time were the ones to describe the constellations, create maps of the skies and perfect instruments such as the Astrolabe.
This map shows the Arabian Peninsula in the middle, surrounded by the Red Sea, the Persian Gulf and the Indian Ocean. This mythical map allows us to identify Africa as the continent that hosts the mountains from which the Nile River originates. The wide blue line that is shown on the map suddenly turns right and flows into the Mediterranean. We can also recognize the Persian Gulf, Indian Ocean and India, Sindh, and China at a distance.
The map has been rendered on sodalite, a stone known for its hardness and isometric structure made up of minerals that are low in silica. The open crystalline structure and the characteristic blue color of this stone encourages you to explore further. The stone is made from a block, from which a disk of 0.70 mm in height has been cut and polished manually.Replica Omega Watches The stone is carved and engraved by hand. It took four hours to engrave and carve the 0.25mm-thick papyrus mosaic fragments.
The parchment can be transformed into a new territory of expression by a miniature artist who has spent approximately 28 hours reproducing the contours of an ancient map. Then, a thin layer of lacquer is applied to the artwork as a protective and stabilizing veil. It took around 50 hours to make a single clock.