The Double Balancier Sapphire Will Delight Ultra-high-end Collectors this Summer

BEVERLY HILLS, CA / ACCESSWIRE / August 28, 2018 / Steven Rostovsky, president of Time Art Distribution which is the North American distributor of ultra-high-end timepieces produced by Greubel Forsey, is excited to announce the release of an exclusive model destined for the North American market - a fourth iteration of the synthetic sapphire-enclosed Double Balancier. Commenting on the fine craftsmanship of this latest unique, luxury watch, Rostovsky considers it to "represent some of the most desirable work the brand has developed," introducing a new standard of excellence to the industry.

Rostovsky expresses his team's absolute pleasure with the partial dial in black polished gold with a lustrous blue treatment - "we feel that dial is one of the most gorgeous executions they've [Greubel Forsey] ever done." In the same tradition as the original Double Balancier, the sapphire model averages the rates of two inclined balance wheels with a differential system, without the use of a tourbillon. Special apertures have been cut into the baseplate to allow a greater degree of light into the movement, maximizing visibility with the sapphire case.

Time Art Distribution has been collaborating with Greubel Forsey since 2015 when they launched a stainless steel model of the brand's Signature model. Since then additional bespoke iterations of the Balancier Asymmetrique and an exclusive sapphire-cased Double Tourbillon 30° have been created successfully for the US Market. Steven Rostovsky explains the process of combining collector input and North American tastes with Swiss precision-engineering and refinement, "with product for 2019 that's totally different from what we've done before."

With the Double Balancier Sapphire scheduled for arrival beginning in July (6 out of a total of 11 editions are expected for delivery in 2018), Rostovsky notes a phenomenal response to these timepieces, with many purchased even before they reach the showroom. He considers factors such as their geographic exclusivity, highly limited production and benchmark design as prime sales drivers. The current buzz centered around Greubel Forsey by luxury timepiece aficionados is a testament to their growing esteem and continued success in the North American market.

As well as being the North American Distributor for Greubel Forsey, Steven Rostovsky is also the owner of Rostovsky Watches in Beverly Hills, California. An enthusiastic collector with a passion for vintage timepieces, Rostovsky was the direct inspiration for the brand's Double Tourbillion 30° Technique Sapphire limited edition. In addition to a successful career as a business owner, he shares a passion for philanthropy with his wife Janine and their three children - Jason, Taryn and Alexa. Janine is an accomplished interior design consultant whose business success is the result of her commitment to providing quality services to clients of any financial means. Alexa is a soon-to-be Junior at Harvard-Westlake School in Los Angeles, Taryn studies graphic design, communications and dance at Boston University, and Jason has been working in private equity since graduating in the top 10% of his class at Wharton. Together, the family generously donate their time and funds to numerous Jewish and secular groups, enjoying the reputation of socially aware and supportive members of their community.

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