corum (watchmakers)


  • One year later, the first Corum’s watches were being produced.

  • Corum’s claim to fame came early on when the company introduced a watch made out of a $20 gold coin, which was an instant best-seller.

  • Its four sapphire sides offer an unrestricted view of the intricately detailed linear movement, which appears to be floating in mid-air, held only by the gold bridge that
    names this watch.

  • Each year, it has produced a limited number of limited edition pieces.

  • Created by the owner of the brand at the time, legendary Severin Wunderman,[1] with a bold design and an unusual huge sapphire glass face – the line was available in three
    sizes – mini (26 mm), midsize (35mm) and XXL version of 45mm.

  • The Corum Golden Bridge is offered in 18k gold or platinum, and is also available with delicate diamond work.

  • Founded in 1955, it makes high-quality and high-price watches, many of which are limited editions.

  • Corum has produced coin watches for one fifty years and have an automatic, manual wind or quartz movement.

  • Several materials are available as well: rose gold, yellow gold, two tone, stainless steel and a titanium and rubber fusion on the Admiral’s Cup Challenge Regatta 2007.

  • Bubble[edit] One of Corum’s most iconic and recognizable series, produced from the beginning of the 2000s to the end of the decade.

  • It is available in stainless steel, white or yellow gold and a dual time version in either yellow or white gold.


Works Cited

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