A “skeleton” for your wrist

shopping May 24, 2018 14:00

By The Nation

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Swiss watchmaker Oris blends top-class Swiss craftsmanship and innovations to its new series of Artelier Skeleton timepieces.



The process of “skeletonisation”, the watchmaker explains, involves removing part of the dial to reveal the inner workings of the mechanical movement underneath. This requires additional and painstaking finishing, and when complete makes for a spectacular, dizzying display, created by the constant, balletic rotation of the movement’s wheels. 

The beautiful 33 mm ladies’ watch boasts a skeletonised part of the dial that is complemented by fluid, classically shaped hands, a silver guilloche dial ring with polished hour markers, and the option of a diamond-set dial. 

This year, Oris is also introducing the option of sustainable leather straps into the Artelier line, in keeping with its mission to bring change for the better.

Find out more at www.TrocaderoTime.com.