Our companions at The Watches TV take on an assortment of intriguing subjects in the wide universe of horology, and in this video the group went to Bunter SA to realize exactly what the term “invisible setting” implies (hint: it is a complicated style of diamond setting without obvious prongs holding the jewels so they seem as though they are floating).
Claude Sanz, proprietor of Bunter SA , who built up the method and stays the pioneer in Switzerland, packs a ton of intriguing realities and gemstone information with regards to this effectively absorbable three-minute video.
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