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  1. Alexander Shorokhoff AvantGarde Revolution

    Alexander Shorokhoff AvantGarde Revolution

    S$5,869.00

    With the Revolution, Alexander Shorokhov wanted to realize his talent of engineer by showing more art and more Avantgarde in his design. At the same time, he was expressing his view to the future. The Revolution's big case of diameter 43.5mm not only gives Alexander Shorokhov space for the movement and the dial; but also makes room for his revolutionary imagination. Continuing his direction of avant-garde art, he completes the free space with geometrical elements such as a square, a pyramid and a sphere; as well as with small movement parts like springs and wheels. These parts are literally floating in free room within the case which is likely to be broken through by the metallic bars. A small bridge with enamel coating in the centre connects the watch with the surrounding space, which otherwise remains free and transparent. The inner rim of the case and the outer edge of the small dial are similar to technical wheels. The aim was to create a feeling for the industrialisation and the heavy change in the lives of the people. The big industry and fine mechanism of watches are connecting with each other perfectly. Both aspects are symbolic for the watches of the Avantgarde-collection by Alexander Shorokhoff – connecting the non-compatible. In this way, place for reflection, thinking over and philosophizing arises. This is what makes this watch interesting, exciting and a real eye catcher. The avant-garde dial with different shapes and colours fits perfectly in with its predecessors in the same family, namely Miss Avantgarde, Plus-Minus and Kandy Avantgarde. The case back is enamelled with further information about the watch. The rotor of the automatic movement is hand-engraved and refined. The new object d’art of the designer and engineer Alexander Shorokhov brings the AvantGarde collection to a new level and reflects his visions of the future."

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  2. Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro Black Carbon Fibre

    Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro Black Carbon Fibre

    S$5,793.00

    Inspired by a pressure gauge, which translates as Manometro in Italian, the Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro was introduced in 2005. Distinctive despite its simplicity, the Manometro was Mazzuoli’s greatest hit, instantly recognisable and more famous than the brand behind it. Simple design elements are cleverly combined to create a clean but striking appearance that is eminently functional.

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  3. ITAY NOY City Square Paris

    ITAY NOY City Square Paris

    S$5,120.00

    Based on Aerial-photographs, famous city squares around the world are the main motif of this collection Strap colour varies, depending on availability Learn More
  4. ITAY NOY City Square Tel Aviv

    ITAY NOY City Square Tel Aviv

    S$5,120.00

    Based on Aerial-photographs, famous city squares around the world are the main motif of this collection Strap colour varies, depending on availability Learn More
  5. ITAY NOY DiaLOG

    ITAY NOY DiaLOG

    S$5,272.00

    The dials in this collection hide and reveal the movements. The collection displays an inner dialog between five layers of 'dial hands', to allow synchronous time reading in various ways.

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  6. ITAY NOY X-ray

    ITAY NOY X-ray

    S$5,794.00

    Technical drawings of mechanical movements are the motif of this collection, displaying an X-ray view of the frozen mechanism

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