Beautiful!

Feb 04, 2021,07:38 AM
 

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The sky is never grey with the Ulysse Nardin Vintage Chronograph from 1942.

 
 By: amanico : February 3rd, 2021-03:12
I love this watch! Best, Nicolas ...  

Looks really nice but.

 
 By: marcobermann : February 3rd, 2021-03:21
Hi Nicolas, As I said it looks really nice but a bit hard to see what are most probably the beautiful details of the dial any chance we can get some close up shots of the dial? Pretty please? Marc

Here you are...

 
 By: amanico : February 3rd, 2021-03:22
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I knew it would be worth it.

 
 By: marcobermann : February 3rd, 2021-03:31
Hi Nicolas, Many thanks as it was definitely worth seeing such a subtle and yet lovely and simple but elegant dial wear it health and many thanks for the picture. Marc

My pleasure, Marc.

 
 By: amanico : February 3rd, 2021-09:52

Oh Yes!!

 
 By: Watcholic_id : February 3rd, 2021-22:37
So gorgeous

Merci!

 
 By: amanico : February 3rd, 2021-23:34

Beautiful!

 
 By: M4 : February 4th, 2021-07:38

Thank you, M4.

 
 By: amanico : February 4th, 2021-09:30

such a beautiful piece!

 
 By: MattS : February 3rd, 2021-04:53
and so rare as well!!!...Always a pleasure to see Matt

Merci, Tony.

 
 By: amanico : February 3rd, 2021-10:25

What a beauty!!!!

 
 By: iulianbutum : February 3rd, 2021-06:46

Comparing this to UN's current collection, I feel that 80 years of evolution has destroyed some of their DNA.

 
 By: LK : February 3rd, 2021-06:49
JLC has done a better job in this regard, I think, while still experimenting.

For the good or for the bad? I feel some of their mad creations from the late 90's to the late 00's were pretty remarkable ( Freak, Sonata, Cal 160, Genghis Khan, Royal Blue Tourbillon, Astronomical Watches, Perp Calendar )... )

 
 By: amanico : February 3rd, 2021-10:29
And we could add many more... The Lucas, Humair, Oeschin and Schnyder's years were really something. In that sense, I don't think it is for the Bad...

For me, the remarkable elements of recent UN are more technical than aesthetic, and I wish they would incorporate more of the stylistic DNA of the past.

 
 By: LK : February 3rd, 2021-11:53
JLC retains more of their stylistic heritage even when pushing the technical aspects, in my view.

Nice. Would not mind...

 
 By: Ronald Held : February 4th, 2021-09:50
Owning that old a time only UN.