Gone are the days when mechanical movements were cased up to never again see the light of day except when the watch was opened for repair or maintenance. So proud are watchmakers of their movements that they often make them visible through the back or side of the case—or put them on full view through openworked dials, as with these timepieces. Apart from demonstrating the brands’ technical and artistic expertise, skeletonised dials are also capable of modernising even the most traditional designs.
Corum Golden Bridge Round
Breguet Tradition Répétition Minutes Tourbillon 7087
Girard-perregaux 1966 Skeleton
Arnold & Son UTTE Skeleton