Independent watchmaker GoS unveiled its first ladies watch and it is gorgeous. The Sarek Ladies is the first ladies watch with a damascus steel dial, which is the signature element of all GoS watches. Damascus steel is generally thought of as being raw and unpolished, however, GoS has shown that it is possible to manufacture elegant and exclusive watches from this steel. Because GoS hand forges its damascus steel in its own Swedish workshops, and the unique elements of the process, every GoS watch is essentially a unique piece. GoS is able to create an array of stunning colors and patterns for its growing collection of watches.
As for the Sarek Ladies, you can see how lovely this watch is. Inspired by the Sarek National Park in Swedish Lapland (see “Did You Know?” below), the ladies model shares some of the Viking inspired details that were introduced with the men’s Sarek while adding new details such as the strap screws. The polished stainless steel case is a petite 31.5mm in diameter.
GoS Sarek Ladies
Every watch engraved with “Unique piece 1/1” and a serial number
$7,800, first deliveries in Novemver 2016
31.5mm steel case, hand-forged damascus steel dial, automatic mechanical Soprod A10 caliber with GoS triskele rotor
When paired with leather straps of different colors, the damascus steel dial takes on new looks and personalities. For example with a pink or blue strap, you will see similar colors in the damascus steel dial in a whole new light.
All GoS watches come with a special watch box. Individually crafted box in svepask technique of birch wood, with natural pigments mixed in linseed oil and a high grade natural wax and polished to a deep finish.
Price at $7,800, the GoS Sarek Ladies will start shipping in Novemver 2016. Clients can also request alternative colors and select from a choice of a minimum of two dials when ordering directly from GoS.
Check out more details at thttp://www.goswatches.com/
Did You Know?
The pattern and natural coloring of the Sarek dial is inspired by the landscape of a valley in Sarek national park in Swedish Lapland. Sarek National Park is regarded to be a national treasure of Sweden and often referred to as Europe’s last true wilderness area. It hosts the largest Moose (Älg) in Europe and is also home to 100 glaciers and six of Sweden’s 13 highest peaks. The park is 2000 square kilometers of majestic and untouched wilderness and its remoteness is matched only by the breathtaking beauty of its peaks, valleys and fast-running mountain rivers.