Description

A work of art from Glashütte in gold: The work of the tempered blue hands is reminiscent of a kinetic sculpture, the delicateness of the dial of a sketch. The hands of the power reserve move anticlockwise, covering a 297-degree arc—and show how much time remains until rewinding is required. Half a week.

Detail

“Lovingly produced in Glashütte” is individually hand-engraved onto the balance cock. A greeting that also proves that the best is often hidden from sight.

“Lovingly produced in Glashütte” is individually hand-engraved onto the balance cock. A greeting that also proves that the best is often hidden from sight.

The delicate interplay of the hands, filigree and gold-plated, are reminiscent of a kinetic sculpture—and the finely drawn dial of an etching.

The delicate interplay of the hands, filigree and gold-plated, are reminiscent of a kinetic sculpture—and the finely drawn dial of an etching.

Half a week, so 84 hours, is how long this watch runs until it needs to be rewound. The generously proportioned power reserve indicator shows how much time remains—down to the very hour, which is rare.

Half a week, so 84 hours, is how long this watch runs until it needs to be rewound. The generously proportioned power reserve indicator shows how much time remains—down to the very hour, which is rare.