ULYSSE NARDIN TRIPLE CALENDAR
Beautiful bracelet watch in laminated rose gold steel. Round case. Clipped back. Stylized lugs. Salmon dial with three counters. Day and month indicated by apertures at noon. Arrow hand date. Valjoux 72C caliber column-wheel mechanical movement.
Ulysse Nardin has been making watches since 1846, when it was founded in Le Locle, Switzerland.
It made its mark on the market with pocket chronometers. Ulysse Nardin supplies the Imperial Russian and Japanese navies. The first part of the 20th century is marked by a collection of awards and innovations.
The model on offer has a case with handles typical of these prosperous periods in watchmaking.
A 3-counter chronograph, combined with a full calendar, with aperture for the day and month, and red arrow hand for the date printed in blue.
The round case measures 35 mm in diameter, and is laminated, i.e. coated with a layer of gold. The pushers are rectangular. The magnificent dial is salmon-colored. The hands are dauphine.
The 40’s style in watchmaking is very remarkable, an innovative period in all fields, both aesthetic and technical. A great name in Swiss watchmaking with unquestionable expertise.