This is not an under-the-radar watch. So if you're looking for an unassuming dress watch, scroll on. But if you like your timekeeping served with a bit (OK, a lot) of bling, this might be up your alley. But be warned: the price much like the weight in stones is hefty.*Want to see what it looks like on the wrist? Make sure you check out Andrew's video with it here.* So, what are we talking here? Well, there's a tourbillon. Normally that little cage *here shaped like the Franck Muller logo *would be the star of the show, but on this piece, it plays second fiddle. First violin is definitely occupied by the stones there are rubies, 21 on the dial (2.42 carats), surrounding the tourbillon cage. There's another 70-odd rubies on the bracelet. And then there are diamonds. Lots of diamonds. We're talking about 474 stones in total, all ranging from D to F, and VVS in clarity. There are 122 stones on the dial, 40 on the bezel, 44 on the case and 268 on the bracelet. The baguette-cut stones on the dial are particularly impressive, invisibly set and arranged radially. Very, very nice indeed.…

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