WATCH DIALS - THROUGH TIME

From Pocket Watch Dials from 1655 that are true miniature works of art to modern time contemporary examples using exotic metals and gems.
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Blancpain-engraver-Christophe-Bernardot

Blancpain Celebrates the Art of Engraving at New York Flagship Boutique

Engraved and damascened dial with decoration of Mausoleum of the first Qin Emperor

Blancpain Celebrates the Art of Engraving at New York Flagship Boutique

Blancpain les Métiers d’Art Shakudō Photo Credit: www.professionalwatches.com

Blancpain Celebrates the Art of Engraving at New York Flagship Boutique

Blancpain-engraver-Christophe-Bernardot

Blancpain Celebrates the Art of Engraving at New York Flagship Boutique

Hand engraved caseback with decoration of Ha Long Bay in Vietnam

Blancpain Celebrates the Art of Engraving at New York Flagship Boutique

Engraved and damascened dial with decoration of Mausoleum of the first Qin Emperor

Blancpain Celebrates the Art of Engraving at New York Flagship Boutique

quare-watch. Daniel Quare, London, ca. 1685

Daniel Quare, London, ca.

Mousset_ Gilt brass consular cased (case 55.9mm) watch (ognion) with gilt brass, verge fusee movement with small regulator, two footed cock with big diameter (30.9mm) showing pseudo pendule of the three armed, steel balance (

Mousset_ Gilt brass consular cased (case watch (ognion) with gilt brass, verge fusee movement with small regulator, two footed cock with big diameter showing pseudo pendule of the three armed, steel balance (

huaud-case- Pierre II Huaud, Geneva, 1675

huaud-case- Pierre II Huaud, Geneva, 1675

Huaud Père The Huauds are the best-known and most prolific family of enamel painters of their day. They descended from a family of goldsmiths in Châtellerault, France. The father, Pierre Huaud I was a protestant who emigrated to Geneva, where he became a “habitant” in 1630.

Huaud Père The Huauds are the best-known and most prolific family of enamel painters of their day. They descended from a family of goldsmiths in Châtellerault, France. The father, Pierre Huaud I was a protestant who emigrated to Geneva, where he became a “habitant” in 1630.


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