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engraved dial without case

LAINE 1817


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Pristine watch is a tribute to the golden era of watch engraving

Laine Watches has unveiled a brand new watch that is sure to hold significance in the eyes of watch experts and enthusiasts.

The all-new collection of handcrafted watches was inspired by the early 1800s. This time is widely regarded as the golden era of watch engraving, a period when some of history’s finest pocketwatches were crafted.

The newest piece in the Laine Watches collection is a reflection of the high craftsmanship the company has continued to exude, as well as a tribute to the history of watch engraving.

The movement features hand engraved floral patterns, and the hardened and tempered steel bridges offer contrast to the engraving.

In addition, screw and jewel sinks and bridge chamfers have been polished by hand. Black polish on screw heads.

This limited edition watches will be available to the public with movement color including red gold, yellow gold, rhodium. Only ten of each color will be made.

Every engraved dial has unique hour markers. Hands are brequet or spade style depending customers preference.

Each watch comes with a handcrafted alligator strap.

All watches are made to order.

Technical details

Movement LA17.1
Manually wind, 18000 bph. Available colors are red gold, yellow gold and rhodium. Combinations are also possible.

Dials are fully hand engraved. Available colors are red gold, yellow gold, rhodium or antracite (dark gray). Engraving can be inked.

New case
40.5 mm, lug width 20 mm, 49.5 mm from lug-end to lug-end. Stainless steel. Water resistant. Case has polished sides.

Domed sapphire crystal on front with AR coating on both sides. Flat sappihire crystal on back with AR coating on inside.

Leather strap

Limited series (few pieces available)
10 pieces in red gold, 5N     --- sold out
10 pieces in yellow gold, 3N
10 pieces in rhodium