Do you ever get a sense when looking at watch, or anything else for that matter, that you’re observing something that possibly no one else is seeing? I had this feeling pretty much instantly upon opening the press release for this watch and taking in the dial layout. To me, it was instantly reminiscent of Ulysse Nardin’s chiming Jacquemarts watches. The gold or white metal figures, set against a black dial, floating in space, brought these watches back somehow. They are completely different timepieces that do very different things, but they have similar proportions and a similar feeling.
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