Special vintage watches Dubey & Schalden brand

Special vintage watches

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Swiss watchmaker Dubey & Schaldenbrand released vintage model of Grand Dome DT Vintage 1946. These watches are devoted to the traditions of brand leading its history since 1946, when the teacher chronometric School in La Chaux-de-Fonds by the name of George Dube, along with a watchmaker Rene Shaldebrandom founded Dubey & Schaldenbrand.

Watches Grand Dome DT Vintage 1946 are barrel-shaped body made of steel the size 52h37 mm. On the right are: crown and two buttons in the direction of “2 and 4:00.” Minute and hour hands have a luminous white finish to ensure readability in the dark. Also there is a fourth central arrow, which is a date – 31 days marked on the circular scale at the center.

The position “12 o’clock” is double the aperture of the day and month, as well as a 30-minute chronological counter. In contrast, in the position of “6:00” is an indicator of lunar phases and the 12-hour counter.

Implementation of all the above functions involved in the mechanism of an automatic Valjoux 7751, decorated with beautiful exquisite engraving, which includes also the emblem of the village of Le Pont-de-Martel, which is home to a brand Dubey & Schaldenbrand. A special delicacy of engraving of clockwork model of Grand Dome DT Vintage 1946 contrasts with the relatively simple dial ivory.

Watches Grand Dome DT Vintage 1946 produced limited edition of 65 copies. Supplied on a black crocodile leather strap from.

Of particular prominence has brought us great-granddaughter of Antoine Lekultra Sinett named Robert, led the Dubey & Schaldenbrand.

She took the unusual move: put a considerable amount of money in purchasing vintage watch movements, which later became a set of watches Dubey & Schaldenbrand, complementing the unique complications.Thus, Dubey & Schaldenbrand watches have become not just an embodiment of vintage machinery, but their elegant new addition to the development and complications. About the collection mechanisms, owned by Robert Sinett still steeped in legend.

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