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  1. Alexander Shorokhoff Vintage Lucky 8

    Alexander Shorokhoff Vintage Lucky 8

    S$1,859.00

    Out of stock

    The Lucky 8 of the AVANTGARDE-collection features a high quality, hand engraved vintage movement with a unique modern design.

    The watch design and technique complements one another in optimal manner. For making out the present day it is enough to have a look at the inner scale shaped in small rectangular windows. You can see the date as yellow field. It was enabled by using a special ring under the dial, fitted in the movement by a complicated process. At the outer scale, three days: 8, 21 and 31 are specially distinguished. The figure 8 pays homage to the 8 luck; the 21 stands for perfection and reminds us of gambles like Baccarat. A special focus lays on the 31st. This date occurs only 7 times a year - this is why it was distinguished by a question mark in order to remind the watch owner to make the necessary date adjustment.

    Limited to 100 pieces worldwide. Learn More

  2. Alexander Shorokhoff Vintage No.1 Green

    Alexander Shorokhoff Vintage No.1 Green

    S$1,859.00

    The Vintage No.1 pays tribute to the now obsolete Poljot Calibers. The Vintage No.1 houses the hand winding Poljot Caliber 31670 that ceased production in 1996. The last remaining movements were reworked in 2 versions: Emerald and Midnight Blue.

    2 counters large counters can be found on the dial. The larger counter with a contrasting yellow hand is the 24-hour display, while the other is the subsidiary seconds hand. The large 60 found at the 12 o'clock is the embodiment of the avant-garde style found in Alexander Shorokhoff's Avant-Garge collection.

    Each version is limited to 54 pieces worldwide.

    The Vintage No.1 Green comes with a green leather strap. A tan leather strap option is available upon request, subjected to availability. Learn More
  3. Sturmanskie Open Space Moon Phase

    Sturmanskie Open Space Moon Phase

    S$1,261.00

    On March 18, 1965 “Voskhod-2” spaceship was launched from Baikonur Cosmodrome. Captain Pavel Ivanovich Belyayev and co-pilot Alexey Arkhipovich Leonov worked together to open a new chapter of space exploration history.
    Due to the failure of on-board navigation systems, Belyayev became the first in the world to manually navigate the ship. The Open Space series was specially manufactured to pay tribute to the watch that he wore for space exploration.

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