Jacob & Co astronomy tourbillon three wise monkeys
Jacob&Co pays tribute to the three savvy monkeys, this new astronomical tourbillon with three savvy monkeys represents Japanese culture.
These three monkeys come from the ancient Japanese culture, respectively responding to the names of Mizaru (not seen), Kikazaru (not listening) and Iwazaru (not saying), representing the mysticism of turning a blind eye to evil and not copying. Three basic but powerful concepts. Many of us should have learned to do this in order to live in peace, don’t you think?
Jacob & Co paid tribute to the astronomical art of "Three Monkeys", thanks to the hand-carved rose gold sculptures representing the three wise monkeys. This symbolism has become a power guide for many characters (such as Mahatma Gandhi), and his outstanding behavior makes him one of the highest representatives of peace.
This kind of referenced artistic creation requires hours of meticulous hand-sculpting to present extremely realistic works.
We are also talking about Jacob & Co astronomy, which is a real milestone in itself. It has an extraordinary time display function, enhanced by four satellite-shaped arms supporting a dual-axis tourbillon. The hour and minute hands have 288 faceted Jacob cut diamonds (patented) and magnesium metal globes. In addition, the sapphire crystal provides complete transparency and you can admire the sculptures of three monkeys.