Gerald Charles Welcomes Autumn with Debut of Maestro 2.0 Ultra-Thin Automatic and Maestro 3.0 Chronograph in 18ct Rose Gold Case and Chocolate Brown Sunray Dials
In a delightful celebration of the fall season, Gerald Charles has introduced fresh iterations of its Maestro 2.0 Ultra-Thin automatic and Maestro 3.0 chronograph timepieces. These new models feature lustrous 18ct rose gold cases paired with captivating chocolate brown sunray dials, a first-of-its-kind addition to the brand's core collection. These elegant variations will join the existing lineup, which includes dials in rich black, crisp white, sophisticated grey, understated beige, and serene blue.
Under the hood, both these new references are driven by automatic movements meticulously crafted and customized for Gerald Charles by their Swiss partner, Vaucher Manufacture Fleurier. The Maestro 2.0 Ultra-Thin houses the slim 3.7mm thick GCA 3002 3-hand movement, complete with a date function. On the other hand, the chronograph is equipped with the GCA 3022/12, which stands at 6mm in height. Impressively, both movements offer a substantial 50-hour power reserve and are engineered to withstand shocks of up to 5G, solidifying the Maestro watches' place in the sport luxury category.
To accentuate the sporty yet luxurious personality of these timepieces, Gerald Charles has adorned them with chocolate-colored rubber straps featuring an exquisite Clous de Paris pattern.
Gerald Charles, founded by the late Gérald Charles Genta, the iconic designer behind the original Patek Philippe Nautilus and Audemars Piguet Royal Oak in the 1970s, was established as a family business committed to bringing unconventional and innovative watch concepts to life. Although founded in 2000, it came under the ownership of its current proprietors in 2003, with Mr. Genta continuing as its chief designer until his passing in 2011.
These new additions to the Maestro collection, the chocolate brown Maestro 2.0 Ultra-Thin automatic and the Maestro 3.0 chronograph, are available at a price of £29,600 and £36,100, respectively.