Hublot combines all the colors of the rainbow in one piece. Two exceptional Big Bang Integral Tourbillon Rainbow High Jewellery pieces embellished with the full rainbow spectrum, from the case to the dial and to the bracelet are made from King Gold or white gold. Beneath the sapphire, the wearer can admire the captivating automatic tourbillon manufacture movement.
While the Rainbow trend has recently shaken the fashion world, for Hublot, this love of polychromy has started in 2017 with the first Big Bang Rainbow.
The Big Bang Integral Tourbillon Rainbow timepiece is garnished with 484 invisibly set baguette-cut stones of seven different types. The seven visible colors of the spectrum are represented with the help of bright red rubies, fuchsia pink sapphires, ultraviolet amethysts, topaz in Klein blue, leaf green tsavorites, lemon yellow sapphires, and bright orange sapphires. The watch boasts generous dimensions of 43 mm and is crafted from King Gold or white gold, with the integrated bracelet further reinforcing the visual impact, as the graduated spectrum of colors radiates outwards from the bezel to the bracelet.
Hublot’s skilled artisans expertly executed the color gradation. To reproduce the perfection of the rainbow, they needed 1200 hours of work, selecting the stones, choosing their colors, cutting them, and setting them to ensure the perfect gradation of colors. The watch’s manufacture movement is entirely designed and manufactured in-house. It features a tourbillon at 6 o’clock: self-winding, with a micro-rotor visible on the dial side, and three bridges made from clear sapphire.