King George Tourbillon Repeater Watch
This hefty complicated watch is Graham's King George. The watch's movement was by Christophe Claret and has 583 tiny parts. The watch has a tourbillon, minute repeater and splits-second chronograph. The 42mm rose gold case has front and back sapphire crystals. The watch is named after both King George III of England and George Graham the watchmaker who developed the chronograph movement. Goldarths Review has an in-depth look at the watch featuring many gorgeous pictures of this watch. If I owned one of these I would probably spend the whole day staring at all those tiny movements.