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Fonderie 47 Inversion Principle

While every superyacht owner's luxury watch winder should contain a classic sailing watch, a beautiful black-tie watch and a high-tech super accurate chronometer or titanium watch, it's also a good idea to save room for something stylish that gives back. Click through to see some of the world's finest luxury watches created with charity in mind...

Fonderie 47 Inversion Principle 

A fine timepiece made by a philanthropic brand rather than a philanthropic watch made by a fine watchmaker, the Inversion Principle by Fonderie 47 is created from steel originating entirely from an AK47 with each timepiece bearing the serial number of the gun it was wrought from. Fonderie 47 specialises in creating beautiful objects from the tools of war - other creations include jewellery, writing instruments and wedding bands - and the purchase of each Inversion Principle watch funds the destruction of 1,000 assault rifles in Africa. Designed by Adrian Glessing and produced by David Candaux, the timepiece is available as a limited edition of 10 white gold and 10 red gold and features retrograde minutes and a three-minute tourbillon.

$195,000, fonderie47.com  

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