Mention independent watchmaking and you are probably thinking of watchmakers like Philippe Dufour and Kari Voutilainen. These are folks who build entire watches by hand from start to finish – in-house movements, dials, cases, and all that. However, there exists another type of independent watchmaking, and these are folks who don’t necessarily design or make their own movements but still make and handcraft certain aspects of the watches on their own.
The dial is skeletonized but what is special about it is that it is made of stainless steel, which isn’t a common material used for dials (especially skeletonized ones) because of its hardness. As far as skeletonized watches go, the Molnar Fabry Tech Art Skeleton actually appears very legible.
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