Housed in a 35mm gold case, this 1960’s era timepiece has witnessed watchmaking and design trends come and go over seven decades yet has managed to remain timeless. A simple, uncluttered dial features applied gold bar markers interspersed with exacting gold dots to signal minutes. Patina on the alpha-shaped hands conveys age and distinction. There is original lume paint on the minute and hour hands while a sweeping second hand beats effortlessly thanks to the Caliber 562 movement. Drilled lugs affix a brown leather Hadley Roma leather strap with a silver pin buckle. The most striking feature of this watch is the fascinating color on the dial. Somewhere between blue and gray, it stands apart from other vintage timepieces
This piece is in very good condition for it’s age. It has an unfinished case, slight pitting on the crown, and spotting on the hands. The crown is aftermarket and gold-plated.