Moon Race | Making of the dial
Moon Race | Making of the dial and the lapis lazuli Earth
In the “Man on the Moon” creation, the curved Earth is embodied by this “azure stone” used for 7,000 years by the greatest civilisations. It floats in a sky of exceptional quality crafted from black aventurine.
The astronaut’s visor is an authentic fragment of the polyimide film that protected his spacecraft across a wide temperature range (-250°C to 400°C). This material was used to travel from the Earth to the Moon and back – more than a million kilometres in interplanetary space – on Apollo 11.