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Want your own ultra-exclusive, skeletonized, hand engraved piece? email@example.com will be glad to help you out. I love watching this video…again and again…
As for the watch you first see in the video — here’s the det’s:
Dial: Designed without dial for complete visibility of the movement, flame-blued Breguet-style steel hands.
Movement: Caliber ETA 6498 manually wound movement, completely skeletonized, engraved and guilloché by hand with flame-blued screws.
Case: Solid 18-karat white gold case made in Germany, bezel set with Top Wesselton diamonds (VVSI), screwed-in strap lugs, diameter 42 mm, oignon-style crown, sapphire crystals on both sides. Stainless steel case on request.
Strap: Hand-sewn shiny alligator skin strap with white gold buckle.
Price: 25,500 EUR (~$32,000 USD)
Jochen Benzinger is the leading specialist worldwide for skeletonized and guilloché timepieces. Watch movements are skeletonized, guilloché, hand-engraved, and even sometimes technically modified by hand in his workshop in a traditional manner using special historical machines and tools. This allows him to create his own characteristic style of horological art. For many years, Benzinger and business partner Georg Bartkowiak have manufactured chiefly in the name of big brands such as IWC, Fabergé, Chronoswiss and Tourneau. BENZINGER unique pieces are available in steel or gold cases.