Timezone reports in with one of the more interesting timepieces to come out of Baselworld and Dior. The Dior Christal Mystérieuse Watch uses “a sapphire crystal mystery movement developed by the Quinting Manufacture. The movement is a collaboration of five engineers – three Swiss watchmakers, an automotive engineer and an electro technical engineer – who dedicated seven years and ten million Swiss francs into project.” 

The mother of pearl inserts adorning the watch were developed by the Parisian Studios of Dior Avenue Montaigne “inspired by Art Deco and Cinetic Art.” Even cooler is dial facade which rotates itself once a month from it’s initial position. I love this watch. Look for it this Autumn for – get ready – 20,000 Euros. A banger for sure.

A more detailed view of the Dior Christal Mystérieuse Watch after the jump.

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