GERALD GENTA | GEFICA BI-RETRO SAFARI BRONZE, REFERENCE GBS.Y.98 A BRONZE AND TITANIUM RETROGRADE JUMPING HOURS WRISTWATCH WITH DATE, CIRCA 2008
7,000 - 9,000 USD
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- GEFICA BI-RETRO SAFARI BRONZE, REFERENCE GBS.Y.98 A BRONZE AND TITANIUM RETROGRADE JUMPING HOURS WRISTWATCH WITH DATE, CIRCA 2008
Dial: blackCalibre: cal. 1004 automatic, 27 jewelsCase: bronze and titanium, sapphire crystal display back secured by 8 screwsCase number: 123'319Closure: black Gerald Genta alligator strap and titanium double folding claspDimensions: 46 mmSigned: case, dial and movement Accessories: Gerald Genta Guarantee, instruction manual and setting pin
After designing some of the most iconic watches ever produced, Gerald Genta established his own innovative line of watches, which became popular and recognizable in their own right for their unique design and use of alternative materials. One such model was the Gefica, launched in 1988 and initially intended as a hunter’s watch. Inspired by the sense of adventure and strength that was drawn from a visit to Africa and partaking in game hunting, Genta chose to case the model in bronze. The material would not reflect sunlight, thus alerting the hunter’s prey to their presence.