Slide 2: The Grant Tourbillon houses the Jacob & Co. Caliber no 6 with 127 hand-assembled components, including 19 jewels. The mechanical one-minute flying tourbillon features a sapphire bridge and the movement offers a resolute 72 hours of power reserve. It beats at a solid 28,800 vibrations per hour and is another example of Jacob the Jeweler’s ability to deliver powerful precision. The exceptional dial of the Grant Tourbillon is a striking two-layer feat, with the upper layer in 18-karat rose or white gold with Roman numerals and the much-coveted Cotes de Genève pattern. This dial is cut away to reveal the tourbillon escapement and a lower plate in a woven gold pattern. The Grant Tourbillon is created in a limited, numbered production of 18 pieces each in white or rose gold with alligator strap. This masterpiece of horology and harmony is water resistant to 30 meters. The Grant is equally as sophisticated in its understated classic modern elegance. The watch features a sub seconds dial at 9:00 and date indication at 3:00. The dial is superbly lacquered in white, black or golden, with Roman numerals and inner chapter rings. The Grant houses the Jacob & Co. Caliber no 11 movement with 18 jewels. It offers 50 hours of power reserve, and is water resistant to 30 meters. Crafted in 18-karat white or rose gold, the Grant offers the perfect blend of design, mechanical prowess and unique character.