Hong Kong Tatler - - Style -

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

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