Franco Muller Casablanca Cintrée Curvex Collection

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Cintrée Curvex Collection


  • Stainless Steel
  • Hand polished
  • Width: 32 mm x Length: 45 mm x Thickness: 7.25 mm Sapphire crystal
  • Water resistant up to 30 meters


  • MVT FM 2800
  • Self-winding movement with bidirectional rotor system
  • Power reserve of 42 hours
  • 191 components
  • 25 jewels
  • Diameter: Ø 26.20 mm. Thickness: 3.60 mm
  • Balance wheel frequency set at 28,800 alternations per hour

Movement Decoration 

  • Côtes de Genève and brushing "soleil papier" on the bridges and the rotor
  • Circular graining on the two sides of the main plate
  • Chamfering of the bridges
  • 24k gold bath and rhodium plating of the components
  • 24k gold finish on the written engravings
  • Circular brushing of the rotor ball bearing
  • Brushing "soleil papier" on the barrel
  • Polishing at 45° and brushing"soleil"of the ratchet
  • Polished and blued screws


Bracelet & Buckle

  • Hand sewn leather strap or caoutchouc
  • Stainless steel buckle
  • Hand polished

Franck Muller watches are celebrated for their intricate movements and distinctive aesthetics. The brand is known for its mastery of complications, incorporating a wide range of intricate features such as tourbillons, perpetual calendars, minute repeaters, and chronographs into their timepieces. These complications often require highly skilled watchmakers to assemble and adjust, showcasing the brand's technical prowess.

In addition to their mechanical prowess, Franck Muller watches are known for their bold and eye-catching designs. The brand experiments with various materials, including precious metals, diamonds, and vibrant colored accents, to create timepieces that are visually striking and unconventional. Franck Muller watches often feature intricate engravings, numerals, and motifs, demonstrating the brand's commitment to artistic expression and individuality.

Despite their hardness as natural stones, diamonds remain relatively sensitive and warrant careful handling. A forceful impact or collision with a hard surface can result in the diamond cracking and, in some cases, becoming dislodged from its setting. Therefore, it is essential to handle diamonds with care to prevent such potential damage.

Emeralds, being natural gemstones renowned for their inclusions, invariably possess some imperfections even in the case of high-grade specimens. Due to the inherent softness of emeralds, a forceful impact or collision with a hard surface may lead to cracking and possible dislodgment from the setting.

We strongly advise obtaining insurance for your jewelry. This precautionary measure enables you to establish safeguards, providing the option to either replace your jewelry or recover its monetary value in the event of loss or damage.