During 1588-1801, there were a series of celestial atlases published and in 1588, a star’s atlas named Theatrum Mundi﹐et Temporis was published by Giovanni Paolo Gallucci (1538-1621) who was interested in studying the scientific artistic representation of the starry sky. This atlas is even treated as the first modern celestial atlas and had countersigned the golden era of Gallucci. Later on, this atlas was preserved in the Library of Dipartimento di Astronomic di Bologna.
GALLUCCI with a new concept consisting of the design team, unparalleled creativity to 1588 Giovanni Gallucci's Theatrum Mundi, et Temporis sky image concept and design in GALLUCCI wristwatch. Inspired by the astrological chart designed dial, innovation will transform the movement into the science of celestial bodies, the skeleton movement designed to GALLUCCI special ceremony. Layout of each part of the movement components completely break through the traditional design, Special arrangement enhances visual impact. The timepieces are modern and stylish.