Really like the way you’ve composed the dial with showing and hiding mechanics. There are some thing that I’d need to see with my own eyes: One is the case, as the Damascus layers are so fine, I think it would look better live. Second is the dial. Even though the layout looks great, my personal aest
On both accounts. There’s some wealth around and collectors willing to use it for pieces as beautiful as this. Thankfully that is the case, as otherwise we would never see watches like this being crafted.
It is those small details, that makes me love this watch (and I’ve always been a fan of asymmetric designs). It is a pity, for me, that this price range is so out of my reach. And even if it were at my reach, I don’t think I could justify to myself spending so much on an object - no matter how watch
The article has amazing detail and depth I wish I would see more nowadays as almost all watch journalism is focusing on fast content on new launches to fuel the visitor amounts and views for ad ratings. Just amazing work - thank you!
Honest to god it was. 😂 Then I did something and published a row of text... and that was it then: my deeply profound thought process as a heritage for all future generations. They'll come to think of the deeper meaning that single piece of text has... 😜