The Jaquet Droz Grand Seconde Ceramique replica watch model stands out distinctively among many of delicately created replica watch designs at the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) that held in New York. The model is part of an ongoing exhibition entitled “Object Factory: The Art of Industrial Ceramics”, held at the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) in New York, New York. The event catches attention to the different ways in which ceramic has become part of the daily life, from appliances and digital electronics to cutlery, and undoubtedly, watchmaking.
Accoring the statements of MAD Museum’s chief curator David McFadden, the tremendous potential of ceramics–a medium that has been in application for millennia–is underscored by its application in such creative methods as the housing of replica Watches like the Grande Second Ceramique replica watch model designed by the renowned Jaquet Droz Manufacture.
Of the wide range of objects on display, Jaquet Droz’s superme Grande Second Ceramique has the extraordinary feature of being the sole representative of ceramic applications in horology. Sharing the conventional enamel dial which is a cheerful signature of many Jaquet Droz versions, the Grande Second Ceramique shows off an appealing black case manufactured from amazingly minute particles of zirconium powder. The powder is formed into a highly resilient replica watch case through a state of the artistic molding process. Looking from any angel, the replica watch design is really a very wonderful creation. It’s no wonder that it can be the center of the eyes in the exhibition among its numerous counterparts.