ANDERSEN | MONTRE À TACT A LIMITED EDITION PINK GOLD WRISTWATCH WITH WANDERING TIME DISPLAY, CIRCA 2002
100,000 - 150,000 HKD
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- MONTRE À TACT A LIMITED EDITION PINK GOLD WRISTWATCH WITH WANDERING TIME DISPLAY, CIRCA 2002
Dial: two apertures for wandering time displayCalibre: automatic, jewelledCase: 18k pink gold, snap on backCase number: limited edition 18/30Closure: black Andersen alligator strap and 18k white gold buckleSize: 41 mm diameterSigned: case, dial and movementAccessories: Andersen Certificat d'Origine, setting pin, instruction manual and presentation box
Unusual yet discreet, the Montre à Tact pays tribute to a pocket watch of the same name originally created by Abraham Louis Breguet in 1798. The present watch features two apertures for wandering time display. One window is on the guilloché dial and the second one is between the lugs at 6 o'clock. While the aperture on the dial allows the owner to check the time in a more conventional way, the secondary display tells time with a simple glance without the need of turning to one's wrist.