Classic Fusion Enamel Britto, art by Hublot

Hublot distinctive codes and values combined with the traditional art of enameling, the union of two arts, the blending of two complementary crafts. The result is the Classic Fusion Enamel Britto, a link between a traditional art -the “grand feu” enameling, and contemporary art -the works of Romero Britto.

The leading thread is the Brazilian artist, painter and sculptor colored artwork, inspired by the art movements Pop Art and Cubism. His unique style is expressed by a colored and fun universe, with motifs indefinitely declined.

How can art fit a dial? Guided by Britto’s brightly colored artwork, the masters cadranier (dial-makers) of Hublot reproduce the outline of the design to the right scale, before stamping the dial in white gold to make it ready for the champlevé enameling. The enamellist grinds the enamel in a mortar before applying thin layers of the powder to the piece. To reproduce the original design as faithfully as possible, the enamellist works with the enamel in the same way as Britto works with acrylics: each single color is applied one at a time. 

The Classic Fusion Enamel Britto symbolizes the fusion of time. It transposes an age-old art into one of the most modern designs. Britto’s designs take on a three dimensional appearance in the two dimensional space of the dial. The Classic Fusion Enamel Britto is available in platinum or ceramic with a black alligator strap stitched onto rubber; it will be produced as a 50-piece limited edition for the ceramic version and a 30-piece limited edition for the platinum version.


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