Julias Asman is a well-known name in the town of Glashütte. This master watchmaker was one of the four pioneers who founded the watchmaking industry in Glashütte and was affectionately known by the locals as the father of entrepreneurship. Asman settled in the Müglitz valley in 1850 and opened a watchmaking factory in Glashütte in 1853. At the time, he was only 25 years old, famous for his high standards of watchmaking technology, precision and perfect polishing, adding an immortal chapter to the history of watchmaking in Glashütte.
To commemorate this legendary watchmaker, Glashütte launched the Asman limited series one to four in 1995, 1997, 2002 and 2007, and launched a limited edition watch in 2012 to express Glashütte’s history. Respect and respect for the founding father and legendary watchmaker.
In the process of creating Julia Asman 4, the designers and movement constructors of the Glashütte brand once again proved their excellence. This masterpiece of skeleton, gold carving, retrograde and tourbillon is presented in two ways: pocket watch and wrist watch. The elegant movement and the exquisite dial combine to create this masterpiece of super complex clockwork.
Through the hollow 18K gold-plated galvanized dial, you can get a glimpse of the charming 46-type movement-with the tourbillon fixed by the bridge, the hour and minute hand retrograde function. The exquisite hollow dial and gorgeous movement carving make this 25-piece watch limited to the world a unique work of art, and once again show Glashütte’s high requirements for watchmaking technology. Whether it’s a rose gold chain strap for a pocket watch or a wristwatch to wear, Julia Asman 4 is undoubtedly the most luxurious accessory for successful men with outstanding achievements.
Like all other movements made by the Glashütte brand using traditional German watchmaking techniques, the Type 46 manual winding movement is uniquely perfected using the traditional watchmaking technology of the town of Glashütte. Gold sleeves, blue steel screws, polished chamfers, and a sapphire crystal see-through case back can be seen with a double-sunlight corrugated winding wheel train.
This exquisite Julias Asman commemorative limited edition pocket watch can be used as a watch with a Louisiana alligator leather strap, or it can be used as a pocket watch with a rose gold bracelet. The cover is engraved with the original limited number registered by the factory, which shows its preciousness and collectible value. Following the tradition of the Asman series of commemorative editions, this masterpiece of masterpiece by Julias Asman 4, limited to 25 pieces worldwide.
In order to commemorate the unprecedented importance of Julias Asman in the watchmaking technology of the town of Glashütte, the Glashütte brand has released a total of 5 limited edition works in honor of it.
1995 To commemorate the 150th anniversary of Glashütte’s clockwork, Glashütte released Julias Asman1. Julias Asman1 shocked the watch industry with an innovative floating tourbillon.
In 1997, Glashütte cooperated with Mason, a famous German porcelain factory, to launch Julias Assmann2. This watch is housed in the museum of the Mason Porcelain Factory in Germany.
2002 To commemorate the 175th birthday of the master watchmaker, Glashütte created Julias Asman3.
In 2007, Glashütte created an unparalleled timepiece masterpiece, Julias Asman4.
2012 In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Antarctic landing, Glashütte created an observation table 1911-Julia Assman.