The moon itself differs between every of the watches, going from mild pink within the Burbidge, to heat yellow within the Halley, and at last a impartial eggshell within the Eddington. The depictions reference the completely different hues the moon takes to our eyes, viewing it by means of completely different atmospheric situations and angles. The moons themselves are hand-painted in Geneva utilizing grade OL X1 Tremendous-LumiNova. Farer has a knack for utilizing lume in distinctive and high-impact methods and the Moonphase is definitely no exception, with every of those watches taking over a dramatic new look at midnight.
To not be outdone by the complication, the bottom dials all get completely different remedies as nicely. The Burbidge, so named in honor of Margaret Burbidge, a British-American observational astronomer and astrophysicist, accents its pink moon with a lightweight blue sunray completed dial with stick markers. The Halley, which takes its identify from Sir Edmond Halley, the English astronomer whom Halley’s Comet was named after, pairs its pale yellow moon in opposition to a blue backdrop inside a darkish midnight blue dial and utilized Arabic numerals on the even positions. Lastly, the Eddington, named after Sir Arthur Eddington, who was an English astronomer, physicist, and mathematician, makes use of an exquisite sunray copper or salmon dial with utilized Roman numerals to reside alongside the impartial eggshell moon.