Louis Moinet watches showcase rare rocky extremes

Going to two extremes, Louis Moinet releases two new watches separated by space and time. One is the Dhofar, which incorporates bits of a lunar meteorite that crashed in the Sultanate of Oman, while the other, called the Acasta, contains pieces of the Acasta gneiss rock from the Slave craton in Northwest Territories, Canada, that is estimated to be around four billion years old and is the one of the oldest known surviving pieces of the Earth’s crust…
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