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Atmos Atlantis

1988 marks the 60th anniversary of the Atmos. To celebrate this occasion, Jaeger-LeCoultre asked the designer Kohler and Rekow from Paris to design a futuristic Atmos clock. The design was named Atmos 88. On the basis of this design, the Atmos Atlantis was developed in 1995. Suggesting a journey into the future, the trapezoid box of mineral glass appears to hover in the air, supported by three rhodium-plated cones that penetrate through the glass to a triangular supporting plate. Perpetual Jaeger-LeCoultre Calibre 548.

Detailed Features

Type: Clock
Dimensions: 27.5 H x 25 W x 15 D cm
Material: Glass, rhodium-plated metal
Date: 1995

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