The ugly duckling reforms… Here is a brief story about the restoration of the orphaned movement formerly from a gold pocket watch. Though, we’re talking about the gold, because the case was melted down many years ago. The movement was … Continue reading “Omega Labrador movement restoration” →
The old tradition of watches having engraved names on the front The wish to get a unique, personal watch, is by far not a new tradition, but the one which persisted centuries ago. In 18th and 19th century watch ateliers, … Continue reading “Personalised custom watch with letters on the dial” →
Restoring the dial after an unsuccessful repair A real German soldier’s watch from the WWII is a dream of any kid. This original wrist watch has an original official signature ‘D H’ (Deutsches Heer). The victim of “the Painter” Unfortunately, … Continue reading “Dial restoration of ARSA D-H German military watch” →
‘St. Andrews’ piece unique Custom made repeater & jumping second, golf scene enamel dial This big gold watch ‘St. Andrews’ bespoke watch was made upon the customer’s request as a tribute to his favorite UK golf field ‘The Old Course St. … Continue reading “‘St. Andrews’ gold bespoke watch with repeater and dead-beat seconds” →
Feet soldering technique using the Rose’s metal alloy Let’s look at a simple and useful technique of repairing broken dial feet. If one of the feet is broken, a known method used by some watchmakers is putting a plate on … Continue reading “Enamel dial feet repair” →
True rare and collectible pocket PATEK PHILIPPE watch with the rarest ‘A-Tact’ feature and a title ‘Count N.N.Wittgenstein’, comes with an original golden chain and the official certificate from the Patek Philippe museum.
PRICE (€): 33000