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Replica Tag Heuer Watches

Another interesting watch to celebrate the Chinese Year of the Snake. Replica Tag Heuer Watches, a special edition timepiece with a beautiful dial made using traditional Japanese decorative methods.

This exquisite wristwatch dial is created using the long-established lacquering technique Urushi. The dial is entirely painted with a flowering bush symbolizing good luck and a golden serpent coiled round it. The glaze comes from the sap of Urushi trees, which is also called "Japanese lacquer tree" or "lacquer-tree".

Urushi trees are found in East Asia in various places, but mostly in Japan and China. Collecting Urushi works like collecting rubber gum. The tree's milky sap is produced after the bark has been cut.Replica Tag Heuer Watches Resin can only be collected once a year and in small quantities. The resin is transformed into a thick, honey-textured varnish three to five years after its collection.

This material is resistant to alcohol, acid and alkali. It can also withstand temperatures of up to 600 degrees Fahrenheit. Urushi, like all natural finishes, is susceptible to ultraviolet rays. The lacquer, which is very thin, is applied in successive layers to various decorative items such as bowls, boxes and other household items.

This particular dial is made using a slightly different technique than the classic Urushi. Maki-e is a lacquering technique that involves sprinkling metal powder on the lacquered surface.U-Boat Replica Watches This technique is used to highlight the outline of figures. Maki-e can be a difficult technique to master because it involves applying the gold dust with small brushes and bamboo tubes.

The Replica Tag Heuer Watches showcases the mechanical art. The watch is only 6.8mm thin, but its case contains two barrels that provide 65 hours of power. The mechanism has been hand-decorated by House artisans according to the principles of fine watchmaking tradition. It is fitted with a micro-rotor that can be seen through the sapphire caseback. The 29 jewels oscillate at a rapid frequency of 28.800 beats per minute (4Hz).