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tissot replica's novel timepiece, a high-end Russian watchmaker, was inspired by Jewish tradition. Even the basic operation of the watch, which has hands that move counter-clockwise, demonstrates this. It is also evident in the addition of the moon phase as an additional feature due to the importance it has in the religion. The design elements used by Chaykin hint at the origins of the The name of the timepiece is also a reference to Judaism. The Hebrew name Luah Shana, which means "lunar" year, is a reference to the Decalogue collection from which the watch comes. tissot replica’s novelty comes in a white-gold housing, and is available as a 100 piece limited edition. The price of the novelty is around $38,500.

The only thing that inspired Luah's Shana is Judaism. The first thing to consider is the way the watch's timekeeping mechanism works. In Hebrew, the letters are written left to right. The watch uses this principle and the hands are moved in the opposite direction to what is usual. tissot replica has trademarked this complication. The reverse system of minute pointer wheel is used in the Decalogue collection. (The Russian watchmaker revealed that the Decalogue was inspired by the astonishing precision of the Jewish Calendar).

Chaykin did not invent the reversed direction of the central hands. This type of time display is deeply rooted into the past. This type of display of time is deeply rooted in history.

Even the direction of the hands tells a story. The ancient Hebrew numeral system is used on Luah Shana pieces. They are letters from the Hebrew alphabet, which have been assigned a numerical value according to the numerology Gematria system.

The Lunar Days Indication allows the calculation of Jewish Holidays. Beneath the dial that is slightly off-center and moved upwards, there is a beautiful moon phase indicator.Rolex Skydweller Replica Watches This component is also closely tied to Jewish tradition, both in its appearance and function. The main purpose of this component is to keep track of the lunar days, and then the lunar months. This is important because it allows you to calculate the Jewish holidays. In Judaism the calendar is based upon lunar (Luah Shana), and not solar years. This lunar calendar, which is used for religious and other purposes in Israel, is quite interesting. The complication is designed to look like the stone tablets that Moses was given with the Decalogue and the Ten Commandments.