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 NE57A FUNCTIONS:Power Reserve Indicator, Date CRYSTAL: Sapphire Glass with anti-reflective coating BEZEL: 316L Stainless Steel WR: 10ATM (= 100mt) BRACELET: Canova
For true collectors
Redentore "100th Anniversary of the Independence of Egypt" is a timepiece that evokes the mysterious charm of the countries that are crossed by the routes to the East, where history, politics, trade and myths have always been intertwined.
Dial with Arabic numerals
The Arabic numeral indices match perfectly with the sand-colored dial, whose granular surface is inspired by the Egyptian desert landscape. The date disc is positioned at six o'clock and is embellished with a circular "diamond-cut" finish.
The numbered scale of the power reserve is displayed on the upper half of the dial and fits into a small “channel” which features a circular brushed finish. The blue details on the hammer tip of the power reserve indicator and on the date disk refer to the essential element that links Venice to the civilizations that thrived on the banks of the Nile: water.
Each watch is accompanied by a certificate showing a serial number that corresponds to the one engraved on the case back, to certify it belongs to this Limited Edition.