Louis Moinet Meteoris Tourbillon Asteroid Watch – wow

Louis Moinet Meteoris Tourbillon Asteroid watch has a stone piece from a meteorite that came off of an asteroid.

The stone is set along with an image of a meteorite falling on Earth.

It features a 47mm diameter case made of 18k white gold with Bezel and lugs set with 56 diamonds. It has hand winding movement. Caseback secured with six screws, engraved with individual number and Louis Moinet markings. It has a power reserve of 72 hours and water-resistance is up to 30m.

It uses a hand-sewn Louisiana alligator leather strap. The buckle is 18k red gold folding clasp with the Louis Moinet emblem. Again the only one in existence.

Some report states that if you want to get all four of the “rock-from-space” watches i.e.
– Louis Moinet Meteoris Tourbillon Mars Watch
– Louis Moinet Meteoris Rosetta Stone Watch
– Louis Moinet Meteoris Tourbillon Moon Watch
– Louis Moinet Meteoris Tourbillon Asteroid Watch

be prepared to pay USD 4.9 million!!! Ouch!

Louis Moinet Meteoris Tourbillon Moon Watch – Only one available for sale

The Louis Moinet Meteoris Tourbillon Moon watch has a fragment of the Dhofar 459 meteorite which fell from the moon to the earth thousands of years ago.

It features a 47mm diameter case made of 18k white gold with Bezel and lugs set with 56 diamonds and a highly visible main spring.

It has hand winding movement. Caseback secured with six screws, engraved with individual number and Louis Moinet markings. It has a power reserve of 72 hours and is water-resistance up to 30m. It has a hand-sewn Louisiana alligator leather strap which is the same as the Louis Moinet Meteoris Rosetta Stone watch. The buckle features a 18k red gold folding clasp engraved with the Louis Moinet emblem.

Like other “rock-from-space” material based watches from Louis Moinet, this is the only piece available.

Louis Moinet Meteoris Rosetta Stone Watch – another one-and-only piece

The Louis Moinet Meteoris Rosetta Stone watch dial is made from the oldest meteorite discovered on Earth so far called the Sahara 99555 stone, nicknamed the “Rosetta Stone”. This particular stone is believed to be more than 4.5 billion years old. The Rosetta is believed to have been a part of the planet Mercury before falling on the Earth.

The 47mm wide dial is greenish-grey colour while the hour and minute hands are golden.

It has a power reserve of 72 hours which is the same as the Louis Moinet Meteoris Tourbillon Mars watch. It is water-resistance up to 30m. This watch comes with a hand-sewn Louisiana alligator leather strap. The buckle features a 18k red gold folding clasp featuring the Louis Moinet emblem.

This is the only piece in existence.