A exposição mostrará, pela primeira vez, os mais importantes relógios e instrumentos das suas colecções histórica e contemporânea. E inclui um tríptico "astronómico" fabricado pela Officine Panerai como tributo a Galileo Galilei, no 400 aniversário das suas primeiras observações astronómicas usando um óculo por si mesmo inventado e fabricado.
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The exhibition goes into three phases in particular, covered by the three sections of the display. The first is history and it uses selected items from the Panerai Museum to document the development and success of the Panerai brand from a Florentine workshop to a leading supplier of precision instruments to the Italian Navy.
The second section deals with the success achieved by the brand worldwide, following the acquisition by the Richemont Group in 1997 - a large hall houses the watches that are most emblematic of the 13 years over which Officine Panerai renewed the glorious history of its brand’s icons: Luminor and Radiomir series watches.
The third section is dedicated to a Tribute to Galileo Galilei, the genius to whom Officine Panerai, in the name of the common Tuscan ancestry and of a love for science and innovation, has dedicated an "astronomical” triptych in 2010, made up of three exceptionally sophisticated models: the Astronomo (Luminor 1950 Equation of Time Tourbillon Titanium – 50 mm), the Scienziato (Radiomir Tourbillon GMT Ceramic – 48 mm) and the Panerai Jupiterium planetary clock.