The new Admiral’s Cup Seafender 47 Tourbillon Chronograph by Corum appears in a formidably technical interpretation designed for daily wear, whether in a sporting or an urban environment. In January, WorldTempus introduced the aluminium model. The red gold and diamonds of the version we are presenting today combine to create a luxurious piece.

The 5N 18kt red gold case of the Admiral’s Cup Seafender 47 Tourbillon Chronograph is interpreted in three gem-set jewelry variations. All features a 60-minute counter and small seconds subdial paved with 88 round diamonds and 9 baguette-cut diamonds as index. The differences between the models relate to the case. On the first, the bezel, lugs and pushpiece guards are adorned with 204 round diamonds; while the second adopts the same 144 round diamonds embellishing its lugs and pushpiece guards, its bezel is adorned with 36 baguette-cut stones. The baguette cut is featured yet more strongly on the third jewelry version with its 60 baguette-cut diamonds set on the bezel and lugs, while the pushpiece guards sparkle with 36 round diamonds.

 

Admiral’s Cup Seafender 47 Tourbillon Chronograph ref. A398/02098 © Corum

This jewelry version features 60 baguette-cut diamonds set on the bezel and lugs. © Corum

 

The watch is completed with a brown or black alligator strap, equiped with a tongue buckle in red gold set with 24 round diamonds.