Sunday, 17 August 2014

No.5 Skeleton wristwatch

It gives me great pleasure to announce a new model, the No.5 skeleton wristwatch. 

This is my most adventurous skeleton design yet. The movement floats in the 41mm case supported only by an elegant yet robust bridge at the 3 o'clock position. The extreme skeletonising and the additional breathing space throw open almost the entire movement. 

As usual, I allow the movement pride of place. The aesthetics are governed by the machine and the flowing lines frame key components. The movement is in frosted brass complemented by the heat blued steel 'Sambhare' hands.

This design requires greater precision. With such a small bearing surface even a small error can result in misaligned dial & hands or faulty winding/setting. The dimensions need to be perfect but the surfaces need to perfectly true as well.

I am particularly pleased with the tweaked proportions of the 'Sambhare' hands.


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    1. Hello Aditya my name is Garrett I am 15 years of age and I feel as if watchmaking might be my passion, your work makes me hope I will be of this quality one day. I really love some of your skeletons lots of passion and craftsmanship!

    2. Thank you for the kind words Garrett, and all the best for whatever you decide to do!

  2. Very nice design!
    How much is it?

    1. Thank you Sven! No.5 costs around USD 3000/- Email me on the address above for a detailed catalogue.

    2. Ohh, I do not have that much.
      Have to start saving :)

    3. Let me know when you are ready :-)