Midnight Planetarium is a masterpiece presented by the Van Cleef & Arpels Company, a watch that makes you stop and look at yourself with a minimal solar system inside. If you look at this Solar system watch for 29 years in a row, you will see Saturn Saturn completing a circle in the watch’s dial. This watch from the company is the most complex ever.
The watch has two pressing buttons to change the day, month and year.
Dial or sundial Dial: The dial comprises solid Aventurine disc rings. The Aventurine is also called a gorgeous diamond or imitation diamond in Urdu. Given and thus it began to look more beautiful.
Each of the rings of Stone moves independently and individually, requiring an unmatched amount of torque.
Inside the Solar system watch was a Van der Klaauw module with 396 parts mounted on top of a Sapphire crystal cover, with the names of the planets inscribed on the edges of the cover and identifying rocks of different colours. Has gone
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Small Solar System (6 Planets and Sun)
Inside the watch’s dial is six planets carved out of unique and precious stones. A small round ball made of gold in the centre reflects the sun. ۔
Now let’s look at the rocks used for these planets.
Planet orbital (period) rocks
Mercury 88 days Light yellow Serpentine
Venus 224 days Green Chloromelanite
Earth 365 days light blue Turquoise
Mars 687 days Red Orange Red Jasper
Jupiter 12 years bright blue Blue Agate
Saturn 29 years Purple Sugilite
By combining these colourful pearls with the given picture, you can find the planets.
The planets’ order and speed in the clock are kept the same as in real life. If you change the clock’s date to a specific day, for example, August 14, 2015, the planets on the dial will be in the same order as on this date. Planets existed, or if we set the date of December 21, 2020, we can see the union of Jupiter and Saturn on this clock.
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Special day: Unique Feature of Midnight Planetarium
The clock can also include a particular day, such as the day of one’s birth or any other memorable holiday. It also has a shooting star inside it, and this star is one of the stones representing the earth. Come in front of others.
The 44mm case of the watch has a gold exterior. Its straps cover the leather and Sapphire crystal core dials from above and provide space for these tiny beads to rotate.
Production and price
The company limits the production of this watch. The company will take only 20 to 30 such watches every year because it uses precious stones and considers the demand and luxury of the people.
It costs about two hundred and forty-five thousand dollars which is about three hundred and ninety-two million six hundred and fifty-five Pakistani rupees. It is an excellent Planetarium watch cheap gift for those who love astronomy.