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MB&F and L’Epée 1839 Medusa Mechanical Clock



Fabrice Gonet formulated his innovative timekeeping device, Medusa, in 2016 for MB&F, and since then, it has become an emblem of global excellence. This auroral article elucidates deep-sea culture, the jellyfish, which delights the eye with exquisite design. The dual-configuration clock has been sculpted into a dome of hand-blown Murano glass, a valuable material that holds vivid coloring superlatively



The jellyfish, a genteel gelatinous member of the subphylum Medusozoa offers a denotative token, combined with impeccable craftsmanship. A glow of the Medusa is composed of Super-LumiNova with oscillating beats that simulate its heartbeat. Its mechanism, exhibited with two rotating rings, displays both hours and minutes, with accuracy and visibility at the piece’s nucleus. Suspended by its central axis, its movement continues with scrupulous certainty. At 6kg, this delicate creation is an atmospheric hung light or a pictorial desk addition. With three limited editions, the colors bestow the perceptibility of jellyfish hues to complement any environment.

MB&F and L’Epée 1839 Medusa Mechanical Clock (Limited Edition of 50 pieces) $25,670.00

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