A stunning two-tone dress watch that complements the lifestyle of the dynamic gentleman.
After World War II, the victors and the defeated alike sought peace and recovery. The watches of that era were elegant, distinctive, and firmly dedicated to a civilian lifestyle.
To me, this timepiece is the standard for the gentleman's wristwatch, with a refined flair that I often seek. The perfect companion watch to accompany a dress jacket, it wears just as well with more casual attire. With a combination of a flat bezel, cross-hair dial, and applied indexes, I am always impressed with how craftsmen of that era got it so right. - DH
Those watches emphasized the talent of the designers and watchmakers, who engineered a precise timepiece that is perfectly suited for either a black-tie event or casual get-together. The cross-hair dial and the two-tone finish show that form does not have to follow function; they can work together in a dashing style.