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Introducing: The Glashütte Original Sixties Iconic Collection, A Horological Tribute To A Unique Time

The Sixties Iconic Collection comprises five beautiful watches, in red, gold, aqua, brown, and dim. The bended dials have a dégradé impact, which gives the watches an extraordinary three dimensional look. They are first stirred, and afterward layers of lacquer are applied. This lacquer work is profound to such an extent that the dials look practically wet; light moves from their surface. At long last, the tone is applied utilizing a unique splash firearm to achieve the lovely effect.

Glashütte Original’s dial manufactory was established in 1922, as T.H. Müller. In 1950, the company began working with Glashütte Original, and in 2006 was acquired by the Swatch Group (the parent company of Glashütte Original). Glancing back at the dials made by T.H. Müller during the ’60s, we can see the immediate motivation for the Sixties Iconic Collection – dégradé impacts, bended dials, and a stylish retro font.

The Sixties Golden, Aqua, and Red have a sunburst finish, while the Sixties Brown and Gray component a guilloché stamp engrave. The entirety of the Sixties Iconic Collection watches utilize the Caliber 39-52 development with 40-hour power save, in a 39 mm tempered steel case. Also, each Sixties Iconic model has a matching Louisiana gator leather tie. The Sixties Iconic Collection from Glashütte Original is something exceptional. Past the stunning dials, the in-house development and wonderful case makes a truly compelling and stylish watch.

For more information, visit Glashütte Original’s website .

Technical Information

Case measurement: 39 mm

Height: 9.4 mm

Material: treated steel

Lash: 19/16 mm

Waterproof up to: 3 bar

Glass: sapphire gem, on both sides against intelligent

Base: sapphire gem

Dial: show measurement 34.3 mm, varnished in turquoise and dark; gold and dark; silver and dark; and red with dark; all with dégradé impact, white Arabic numerals, processed hour markers with iridescent spots

Hands: white gold some with Super-LumiNova

Cost: $7,500