Now in it's second year the SalonQP returns as England's new premiere high-end watch event. The Salon is curated and put on by QP magazine, and will be held this year from November 11-13th a One Marylebone in London. I might just be at this year's event myself. I hear good things about the show, and know that a number of good brands will be there. Plus, because the event is in England, it will also showcase local UK watch brands.
The base movement is an ETA 2671 automatic. It has a modified rotor that has three other mini rotors on it that spin around leisurely. The rotors have tiny copper wire wrappings on them. They spin around for the sake of added fun to the movement. On the dial of this Artya Tesla Squelette Quadri Rotor (by the way, "squelette" means "skeleton") are Artya style hands (look at the little copper wires in the hands) and a tapestry of copper wires arranged to look organic, symmetrical. The copper color looks rick compared to acid colored elements of the case. In the middle of the watch over the movement are hand-applied pieces of gold-leaf. In fact, this was is all hand-done, and again, is one of a kind. All Artya watches are one of a kind.