The design of this watch is inspired by the Basilica del Redentore, the masterpiece of the Venetian architect Andrea Palladio, known as the father of the Neoclassical style. The balance of its shapes and proportions gives the case an elegant and contemporary look, making it an extremely versatile model.
CASE MATERIAL: 316L Stainless Steel DIMENSIONS:Ø40 mm, lug to lug 48.00 mm MOVEMENT: Automatic Cal. Seiko NH35A CRYSTAL: Sapphire Glass with anti-reflective coating BEZEL: 316L Stainless Steel WR: 10ATM = 100mt BRACELET: Canova
Sixteen different molds are required to manufacture this bracelet, whose design has been registered. The double finish, both glossy and satin, echoes that of the case and makes the central links stand out, providing elegance and balance. The butterfly clasp does not break the continuity of the design thanks to a perfect integration with the final central link.
The sunray finishing is what makes this dial look so precious and eye-catching. Its name comes derives from a peculiar optical effect obtained by means of a multitude of engraved lines that converge to the center of the dial. The light is therefore reflected in a radial direction, enhancing its brightness.
• Case Diameter: 40mm • Lug to Lug: 48.00 mm • Lug Width: 20.00 mm • Thickness: 12.70 mm • Crown: Push-pull • Crystal: Sapphire Glass with anti-reflective coating • Bezel: 316L Stainless Steel • WR: 10 ATM (=100m)
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The case alternates sinuous shapes and sharp edges which are further highlighted by a double finishing. The polishing of the horizontal surfaces, marked by a pleasantly classic touch, is juxtaposed with the very fine brushing of the vertical surfaces, which provides the case with a modern and refined profile.
The Dauphine hands stand out for their minimalist style, marked by a facet that enhances their brightness and three-dimensionality. They had their origin and great diffusion starting from the 1930s and then left room for shapes that were then considered more contemporary. We have revisited this great classic that fits perfectly with the elegance of the timeless lines of Redentore.