On March 24 held the opening ceremony of the "Lucomorye. Masterpieces of Russian Masters"
On March 24, the Museum of Contemporary History of Russia held the opening ceremony of the "Lucomorye. Masterpieces of Russian Masters" exhibition, in which Konstantin Chaykin and Ilgiz Fazulzyanov introduced their brand-new Lucomorye table clock. The piece of haute horlogerie with a chain graphic digital hour indicator is the main focus of the event. Do not miss the chance to meet the masterpiece created by famous masters — the extraordinary Lucomorye clock! It is presented only during this particular exhibition.
Other 16 pieces created by Chaykin are exhibited in a separate hall. These are the Computus Easter (the most complicated clock in Russia), the Clown wristmon (winner of the Audacity Prize (GPHG 2018)), and the Arrows of Time clock, also presented this week. Moreover, you can see limited edition watches from the Levitas and Mars Program collections, movements' prototypes, Chaykin's sketches, etc. Ilgiz Fazulzyanov presents 26 unique pieces of jewelry from different collections.