A CEN­TURY OF COM­PLI­CA­TIONS

The Peak (Malaysia) - - Pursuits • Horology - TEXT MAYA MICHAEL IM­AGES SIN­CERE FINE WATCHES

As an ode to the mar­velous world of watch com­pli­ca­tions, Sin­cere Fine Watches’ ADis­cov­ery ofHoro­log­i­calTrea­sures ex­hi­bi­tion as­sem­bles 100 of the most com­pli­cated cre­ations from 10 of the world’s most re­mark­able watch man­u­fac­tur­ers who have made great strides in haute hor­logerie. Here’s a preview of some of the ground­break­ing move­ments that will be mak­ing an ap­pear­ance dur­ing this splen­did show­case. Arnold & Son DSTB ( DialSideTrueBeat ) An­chors ahoy! Lim­ited to 125 pieces, this lat­est em­bod­i­ment of clas­sic Bri­tish el­e­gance and tra­di­tional Swiss watch­mak­ing from Arnold & Son will ap­peal to horol­ogy en­thu­si­asts who pre­fer danc­ing to the beat of their own drums. Housed in­side the lim­ited edi­tion 18K white gold case is the ex­clu­sive A&S6003 self-wind­ing me­chan­i­cal move­ment. As in­di­cated by the name of the watch, the true beat sec­onds is promi­nently dis­played against the dial in bril­liant blue. Fur­ther en­hanc­ing this fas­ci­nat­ing dis­play is a glo­ri­ous pre­sen­ta­tion fea­tur­ing wheels with a cir­cu­lar satin-fin­ish con­nected to three metic­u­lously hand-cham­fered bridges, as well as a lever that re­sem­bles a minia­ture an­chor.

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