The dial of this @jaegerlecoultre Geophysic® Universal Time is a real invitation to travel. The world map on the dial features graded lacquered shades of blue for the oceans, and continents engraved and finished in a white gold sunburst motif. | Current time zone: Paris (GMT+1). What is your time zone?
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Blancpain Traditional Chinese Calendar - Concept of Time
Blancpain's Traditional Chinese Calendar is a watchmaking masterpiece combining the fundamental principles of the age-old lunisolar calendar stemming from Chinese tradition with the date according to the Gregorian calendar.
The subdial at 9 o'clock bearing the Chinese date, month and leap month indications. The inner ring of the subdial is marked with the symbols for the Chinese months, the outer ring with the symbols for the days. For additional month, or "leap months" which occurs irregularly in some years, is added to the calendar by repeating a month. Blancpain had to devise a means to indicate on the dial that the displayed month is a "leap" month. For this, a small window is incorporated within the subdial at the 9 o'clock position. When a "leap" month occurs and the "leap month" corrector has been actuated, a red dot appears in the window.
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