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HYSEK UNVEILS ‘SKELETONISED JEWEL-SETTING’ WITH A UNIQUE PIECE: THE “IO TOURBILLON JOAILLERIE D’ART” Hysek has already taken the art of skeletonisation to extremes. Now, the firm has unveiled a unique jewellery watch that also incorporates skeletonisation, thus laying the foundations for a whole new form of watchmaking art: skeletonised jewel-setting. The Hysek manufacture has always devoted equal amounts of attention to the technical and aesthetic aspects of its craft. As one of the last remaining fully-independent Fine Watchmaking manufactures, it has asserted its own particular aesthetics ever since its earliest days; the brand has constantly made use of high-flying complications such as the tourbillon, double tourbillon, perpetual calendar, chronograph, and large date, combining them with a characteristic and imposing style. One of the distinctive features of this Hysek style soon proved to be its new approach to skeletonisation. Not only have movemen
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Hysek is pursuing its adventure in Fine Watchmaking for women. A year ago, the independent manufacture announced Kalysta, its very first fully in-house ladies’ collection; today, the brand has unveiled an Haute Joaillerie version, featuring an innovative style that’s right in keeping with the Hysek spirit. Kalysta is the fruit of a pure aesthetic vision: set jewels. Bearing in mind that women are more sensitive to creative touches than to mechanical sophistication, the manufacture has thought first and foremost in terms of shape, diamonds, brilliance – and emotion. It has taken the Hysek manufacture the best part of twenty years to create its first women’s collection, building on all the technical and aesthetic maturity acquired by the firm over that period. The result is the Kalysta collection, which first saw the light of day in 2016. Presented at Baselworld, Kalysta was immediately acclaimed for its intrinsic qualities: a design that’s pure poetry, bas
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