Introducing: The Urwerk EMC Pistol, With Intricate Case Engraving And Exceptional Strap Leatherwork
The EMC Pistol’s case is engraved by Florian Güllert, an expert gun etcher. Freehand etching leaves its imprint on metal in a huge number of parchments and letters. “Etching is a way of catching light, it uncovers the metal and makes zones of shade,” Güllert clarified. “The metal is coercively worked and amazingly that is what makes it wonderful.” The 43-year-old expert etcher has his workshop at Klagenfurt on the shores of Wörthersee Lake in Austria.
In Geneva’s old watchmaking area of Saint Gervais, you will discover the Portalès calfskin company. Portalès’ Joséphine Morf and Sylviane are answerable for the excellent tie for the Urwerk EMC Pistol. “We make each thing pretty much on an individual premise and for exceptionally little arrangement requested by watchmakers and producers of extravagance calfskin products,” Morf clarified. “URWERK’s structure from the start overwhelmed us. They wanted a piece of the skin that we very only occasionally use since it is in help. The ties we made are really three dimensional with a progression of little ridges.”
The Urwerk EMC Pistol is accessible in a restricted arrangement of five. For more information, visit Urwerk’s website .