The final result is intense, vibrant, and vivacious, opening up new creative horizons. It draws inspiration directly from the type of etching of which traces are to be found as early as the fourteenth century. This age-old technique has illustrated many rituals and beliefs – and as such is entirely appropriate for the rites relating to calaveras and the Mexican ‘Day of the Dead’. Once again, ArtyA has developed a coherent, unique watch – a creative feat that’s fully in keeping with its history.Technical Specifications:
Case: High-grade 316 L steel with black PVD treatment
Exclusive ArtyA flying tourbillon manual winding
Two non-reflective sapphire crystals, front and back
Hours, minutes, seconds on tourbillon
Case dimensions: 44mm
Frequency: 21,600 vph
Power reserve: 100 hrs
Unique Piece 1/1
Design characteristics :
lateral insert in black PVD treatment
Engraved skull – an authentic take on an original in the National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico City.
Central sun-shaped motif in alternating shades of grey, topped by a cross in the middle of which sits a skull. The latter is deeply engraved in several levels and shades of steel, before gradually fading out to sculpted curls and arabesque.