Tuesday, October 27, 2015

ArtyA Halloween Edition No.3 - Son of Sound Skull « ArtyA Arabesque Skull» Unique Piece 1/1

Swiss luxury watch maker ArtyA has started getting into the Halloween spirit well ahead of time. Once again, the Geneva brand has pulled off another coup, with an all-new model. And this time, following a spate of copycats, the firm has decided to register the motif as a trademark.

This latest creation is an all-new – and copyrighted – skull, encompassing the arabesques so synonymous with ArtyA’s identity, as seen most recently on the titanium Tourbillon Arabesque.
The piece depicts a skull: complete with teeth engraved with the ArtyA name, sporting sunglasses, and draped with arabesques and rinceauxin a nod to rifle butt decorations from back when the Wild West was won. The imposing baroque timepiece is housed in a 47 mm case, the bezel covered with engraved motifs that characterize this universe: revolvers, skulls, barbed wire, crosses, and more. ArtyA has chosen its Dance of Skulls strap to bear the watch – it too is a wholly original creation, featuring a series of jointed skulls, as its name suggests.

The dial is emblazoned with an exciting new colour, in sandy hues, made from a specific silver alloy and redolent with hints of grey, gold and silver. This watch is a unique piece 1/1 and retails for 11’900 CHF on a leather strap and 15’900 CHF on a skull handmade strap.

Technical details
Model: Son of Sound Skull « ArtyA Arabesque Skull» Unique Piece 1/1:
Case: High grade steel 316 IL
Very special engraved bezel with crosses, skulls, guns, wires and mediator& guitars inspired by the history of Rock &Riding…
ArtyA automatic Swiss high end movement A17
Dial with ArtyA arabesque Skull engraved on a special ArtyA alloy of Silver and ArtyOr ©
Hours, minutes, seconds
Power reserve: 52h
Size: 47mm
Engraved and screwed back case
Double anti-reflection sapphire
Silver skulls strap (crocodile and leather straps available)
Edition: Unique 1/1
Price: 15’900CHF

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