Tellurium | Astrolabium

About the Tellurium / Astrolabium

About the Tellurium / Astrolabium

About the Tellurium / Astrolabium



The Tellurium movement and design show the earth’s inclination relative to the sun, adding the moon phases, as well as the time of day. Precision watchmakers extend their craft to an entirely new level as they add this illustration of the universe to our daily routine.

A transparent case, often with curved, beveled glass or other unique features allows a fascinating look at the inner workings of the Hermle movement.

The Tellurium clock reproduces the annual orbit of the earth around the sun, with the earth rotating on its own axis once in twenty-four hours. The moon, in turn, revolves around the earth in 29.5 days, completing a full rotation around its axis, allowing the reproduction of all moon phases. The earth passes all twelve zodiac signs, months, and individual days, which are indicated on the brass disc.

Tellurium and Astrolabium

Tellurium  I

Tellurium I

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Astrolabium

Astrolabium

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Astrolabium II

Astrolabium II

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Tellurium III

Tellurium III

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Tellurium I

Tellurium I

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Tellurium II

Tellurium II

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Astro

Astro

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Astro

Astro

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