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RM 47 Tourbillon by Richard Mille Pays Respect to the Bushido Way of Life
By SENATUS Editor | 21 July 2022

Reinterpreting Japanese heraldry and symbolism, the RM 47 Tourbillon explores ancestral craftsmanship and poetry. This timepiece draws deep into the roots of the samurai culture, paying respect to the bushido way of life.

Associating art and spirituality. Creating a new masterpiece designed as an aesthetic tribute to Japanese culture. The RM 47 Tourbillon is the fruit of intense reflection and nearly four years of design work.

The samurai decor, which is a work of sculpture as much as a piece of engraving, demanded patience, meticulousness, dexterity and passion. Like a guardian, the armour in 3N yellow gold, provides precious protection for the manual-winding calibre RM47 with hours and minutes. To ensure optimal functioning of the movement, the baseplate and skeletonised bridges are made of grade 5 titanium with a black PVD treatment. This combination offers high corrosion-resistance, remarkable rigidity and perfectly flat surfaces.

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