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Swiss watchmaker Corum is responsible for creating the finest limited edition watches in the world. La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland was the Montres Corum birthplace. An uncle, Gaston Ries, and his nephew, Renee Bannwart, set out on a splendid watch-making journey over sixty years ago, in 1955. The very first best-seller the growing company had was a beautiful, hand-crafted watch made out of a $20 gold piece. Corum raises the bar and sets high standards for every watch design this innovative company creates. The bold, striking watches such as the Admiral’s Cup collection and most iconic Golden Bridge collection are sophisticated and highly sought after. These rare, distinct, and unique and glamorous watches are well known and finely crafted. Other Corum's most recognizable series are Tourbillon and Classical, Bubble, Buckingham, Romulus, Coin and Artisan.
An elite class of celebrities, politicians, royalty, artists, have created an impact with their choices in Corum wristwatches. Some of them are – American presidents Ronald Reagan, Richard Nixon and George HW Bush, politicians like Prince Of Monaco Albert II and King of Jordan Abdullah II, actors like Johny Depp, Robert De Niro and Elizabeth Taylor, athletes like Cristiano Ronaldo and Mike Tyson, musician idols like Elvis Presley and Mariah Carey . The prices for Corum very from 3600 dollars to one million dollar wristwatch, which feature 850 diamonds. Corum is also known for its “World Premiers”. Each year, it's produced a limited number of limited edition pieces. In 2007, Corum became the exclusive watch maker of the World Series of Poker.
The Admiral's Cup race was first held in 1957 and the Corum Admiral's Cup watch was introduced just 3 years later in 1960. This first watch was square, water resistant and had a sailboat engraved on the back. It had little resemblance to the current Corum Admiral's Cup watches with their twelve-sided case design and brightly colored nautical penants decorating the bezels. 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.
The Corum Golden Bridge collection is unique in the watchmaking world. 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. The Corum Golden Bridge is offered in 18k gold or platinum, and is also available with delicate diamond work.
Romulus and Artisan
Created in 1966, the Corum Romulus was the first Corum watch to display the hour numerals on the bezel. It sports a sapphire case back engraved with a laurel crown in honor of Romulus, the founder of ancient Rome. It is available in stainless steel, white or yellow gold and a dual time version in either yellow or white gold. The Corum Artisan watch line is defined by beautiful dials depicting wild animals, exotic locales, or even historic scenes, all of them limited edition masterpieces of some of the very few craftsmen left who are familiar with the immensely time consuming techniques used in these watches
Tourbillon and Classical
The Corum Tourbillon and Classical collection comprises the Corum Classical Billionaire Tourbillon, a diamond and sapphire covered masterpiece of watchmaking, the Corum Golden Tourbillon Panoramique with its tourbillon movement floating between sapphire bridges, and the skeleton dialed Corum Classical Skylight Skeleton.