The occasion was held in the presence of David Tedeschi, regional director Hublot Middle East and Africa, and Dharmesh Ajit Khimji, managing director, Mistal. Hublot Oman timepieces, which epitomise timelessness and uniqueness and rely on the ‘Art of Fusion’ are extremely anticipated timepieces inspired by the ‘khanjar’, the conventional dagger originating from Oman, national symbol of the sultanate and also featuring the country’s national emblem.
Limited to 25 pieces, this stainless-steel watch has a polished rhodium-plated finishing which tends to make it comparable to silver, employed for khanjars. The engravings on the case and bezel, along with the black rubber, silver stitched straps, are reminiscent of the aesthetic decorative components of the daggers.
“Hublot fans in Oman have supported the brand tremendously; we are happy to honour them and the sultanate with this new Oman Edition, and are looking forward to seeing the watch on their wrists,” mentioned Tedeschi.
Khimji mentioned, “We are proud to present with Hublot this special watch dedicated to our country, its emblem and its residents. This launch sets a mark in history, and embodies a fusion of time, history and culture.”
Available in Oman only, the 25 pieces have been developed by Hublot exclusively for its clients and these of Mistal. The Oman-infused occasion welcomed guests in a joyful atmosphere exactly where they found other new timepieces, along with some of Hublot’s most recent novelties, just launched at Baselworld 2018.
Among these have been the Big Big Bang Referee 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia which will be timing the World Cup in Russia this summer time the Big Bang Unico Red Ceramic in its vibrant red hue the Classic Fusion Aerofusion Chronograph Orlinski conceived in collaboration with French artist Richard Orlinski and the Big Bang Sapphire Tourbillon, amongst other individuals.
Information Source: Muscat Daily