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Face up photo of Nebula 38 Red Gold


Since their creation, the fully skeletonised Nebula collection in 38 and 41.5 mm has been a star bursting with light.

Photo of Nebula 38 Red Gold

The Nebula origin

The word ‘Nebula’ was chosen to refer to the massive cloud of dust and gas that exists in space. Some nebulas are formed when a dying star, like a supernova, explodes and expels gas and dust. Others are regions where new stars begin to form. The collection features seven bridges on the dial that radiate from the centre, giving the sculptural movement the appearance of a cosmic explosion.

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