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NARBEL - Skel-1 - Gold

Skel-1 - Gold

The SKEL-1 Gold, a horological gem by Philippe Narbel, blends elegance and innovation with its unique skeleton design and 40mm gold case.

The SKEL-1 has a TV-screen cushion case that measures 40mm by 40mm. It is rather classically proportioned due to its slim central lug design and its overall height of just 11mm. It is available in two versions which can be further customized – in steel with a black gold coloured movement or a bicoloured white and rose gold case with a 5N gold coloured movement. The case has a wide polished bevel on both the bezel as well as the case back while the top surfaces and the case middle are satin-brushed.

Although there is no traditional dial, the contrasting hands make it easy to read the time while not detracting from the beautiful movement. The hands themselves have been skeletonized, incorporating numerous inwards angles. The chapter ring features applied baton hour markers that have a gentle S-curve, guiding the eye downward to the intricately skeletonized movement. While the movement still adopts the train layout of the Peseux 7001, it was purposefully designed and produced from scratch to demonstrate an abundance of anglage and internal angles, totaling an astounding 211.


CHF 82,000
1.444603
VAT excluded

Estimated fabrication & delivery : 6 months

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The SKEL-1 has a TV-screen cushion case that measures 40mm by 40mm. It is rather classically proportioned due to its slim central lug design and its overall height of just 11mm. It is available in two versions which can be further customized – in steel with a black gold coloured movement or a bicoloured white and rose gold case with a 5N gold coloured movement. The case has a wide polished bevel on both the bezel as well as the case back while the top surfaces and the case middle are satin-brushed.

Although there is no traditional dial, the contrasting hands make it easy to read the time while not detracting from the beautiful movement. The hands themselves have been skeletonized, incorporating numerous inwards angles. The chapter ring features applied baton hour markers that have a gentle S-curve, guiding the eye downward to the intricately skeletonized movement. While the movement still adopts the train layout of the Peseux 7001, it was purposefully designed and produced from scratch to demonstrate an abundance of anglage and internal angles, totaling an astounding 211.

Specifications

Case and dial

Metal

White or rose gold

Case Diameter

40.00 x 40.00 mm

Thickness

40.00 x 40.00 mm

Diamonds (Carats)

10.10 mm

Water Resistance

3 ATM