$2,151 + VAT
The Model 1 with Glasgow-made vitreous enamel dial and heat treated hands. Each dial has been the sole focus of one of our in-house enamellers from the initial cutting of the copper blank to the final printing taking a minimum of 12 hours and many years of experience to complete.
Unique depth of colour
For us, the creamy off-white of Iron Cream is every bit as crisp and classical as a traditional enamel dial, with a warmth and depth that couldn't be further from a cold white.
Our watchmakers applied themselves to master the craft of heat tempering steel. The hands are individually polished, and then carefully tempered to create an even and consistent blue finish.
Numerals and indices
Inspired by cartographic maps of the Highlands, the numerals and indices on the Model 1 informed the wider concept of the watch, from the case to the indices and hands.
Our enamel dials are between two and three times the thickness of a standard painted brass watch dial. At only 10.1mm in depth, we've designed the case to showcase and protect the dial whilst fitting comfortably under a cuff.
Choice of fitted straps
We offer a variety of materials and sizes to suit your needs. All of our straps are made in Germany by a company which has been in business for over 70 years. See our fitting guide.
Bespoke case engraving
The solid case back allows us to offer bespoke case engraving. Simply select the case engraving option and choose from either textual or topographical personalisation.
The small Model 1 is driven by the hand-wound Sellita SW-210. Reliable and robust this movement is easily serviceable by virtually any watchmaker.
Lug to lug length: 42mm
Case depth: 10.1mm
Case finish: Polished
Strap width: 16mm
Dial: Vitreous enamel on copper
Movement: Choice of Sellita SW210-1 or La Joux-Perret G100
Glass: Sapphire with 6 layers of anti-reflective coating
Hands: Made in-house and individually thermally treated by hand
Case back: Solid screw-in
Warranty: 5 years
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