Sincere Fine Watchesâ€™ ongoing 100 Masterpieces exhibition at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is an in-depth look into the inspired creations of watchmaker Franck Muller. Culled from the renowned independent watch brandâ€™s 27-year history, the exhibition offers a specially curated selection of timepieces that reflects Franck Mullerâ€™s technical and artistic prowess, and charts its creative odyssey from past to present.
Among the highlights of the exhibition are Franck Mullerâ€™s World Premiere watches, technically astounding timepieces that, at the time of their introductions, had never been attempted before, including the Evolution 3-1, which features the worldâ€™s first triple-axis tourbillon paired with a perpetual calendar, and the Giga Tourbillon from 2011, which boasts the biggest tourbillon escapement â€“ twice as large as a regular tourbillon â€“ to be housed in a wristwatch.
Complementing these World Premiere watches are iconic pieces like the multi-time zone watch Master Banker, the CintrÃ©e Curvex Imperial Tourbillon, a stunning complication housed in Franck Mullerâ€™s signature curved tonneau-shaped case, and the Double Mystery, a bejewelled dazzler that uses a system if rotating discs instead of hands to display time.
Other highlights are the brandâ€™s latest timepieces, including a tribute to the renowned Crazy Hours complication, the CintrÃ©e Curvex Crazy Hours Pastels Asia Exclusive, which comes in an array of fun candy-coloured hues. Various Gravity Skeleton models â€“ which feature skeletonised movements with tourbillion complications â€“ are also on show. The one to look out for is the Vanguard Gravity Skeleton â€˜Red & Blue Ergalâ€™, which features a unique carbon case with red and blue stripes created through a special plate compression.
Sincere Fine Watchesâ€™ 100 Masterpieces exhibition featuring Franck Muller is on at the Centre Court, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur until Sunday