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A carillon minute repeated is a watch that has more than two gongs. Westminster repeaters are watches that can play Big Ben's melody for quarters.

If a minute-repeater is the equivalent of wearing a blackbelt in terms horological badassitude then being able to make a grand sonnerie would be the equivalent of the top Tiger Style Master Monk at Shaolin temple in terms martial arts prowess. A grand sonnerie has the minute repeater function and can also play the time passing. This is something a regular clock cannot do. It plays the hour on the hour, the quarters on quarters, and so on. The "petite mode" of the Grande Sonneries allows the watch to play the hours only on the hour and the quarters only on the quarters. Only six watchmaking companies or watchmakers have reached this lofty goal.

Philippe Dufour, who introduced his masterpiece in 1992,Patek Philippe Replica Watches has produced a total four grand-sonnerie with enamel dials as well as five with sapphire transparent dials. It is said that he continues to make these watches. Many people are unaware that Dufour's project was funded by Henry Tay, the owner of Singapore's The Hour Glass.

Pierre-Michel Golay, who worked at Gerald Genta and modified an ebauche taken from an old Vallee de Joux watch, was the second person to create a grande sonnerie. Genta and Bulgari can now make this complication. They combine it with an automatic Tourbillon.

The Octo Roma Grande Sonnerie is a masterpiece that was introduced at Baselworld 2019 to celebrate the 25th anniversary since Gerald Genta created the first Grande Sonnerie in 1994. Patek Philippe Replica introduced more than 90 Grande Sonnerie timepieces since then. The movement is fine-tuned, and benefits from a security feature that prevents the system of minute repeating in grande sonnerie mode.

Audemars Piguet can make a carillon grande-sonnerie thanks to its ownership of Renaud & Papi, one of horology's most storied specialists in high-complications. Francois-Paul Journe's grande sonnerie uses two gongs in the shape of bananas. Jaeger-LeCoultre has its Hybris Mechanica, created by David Candaux, with three trebuchet hammers, or "catapult", and three gongs.

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