As early as the age of pocket watches, rotary skeleton watches is a rare art, and it is also a
very unique one in the decorative process of watches. Because the production process of the hollow watch is time
consuming and the requirements for manual craftsmanship are extremely high, the output of the hollow watch is low.
Moreover, the hollowing out and the carving process of each openwork table are handmade, and each hollowed out
watch is unique. Today we will take a look at these beautifully crafted hollow watches.
The Greenwich family launches two of Rotary’s renowned skeleton watches, exemplifying the accomplished artistry of Rotary’s British design team. The intricate automatic movement is elegantly showcased through scratch resistant sapphire glass, which boasts the complexity of the integrated dial. Additionally we’ve incorporated a radial brush finish on the lower dial which compliments the overall aesthetic. The statement grid dial adds increased depth. Whilst paying homage to our Swiss heritage, the collection represents a triumph of watch making dexterity and quintessentially B ritish design.
Being able to see straight through a rotary skeleton watch is always going to divide the consumer population, but with such a generally ambitious concept I think it works pretty well. The four-day power reserve is nice to see, and the Silicium minuterie gear train and 3Hz Silicium balance remind anyone who might have momentarily forgotten that this is a typically futuristic offering from a storied Swiss watchmaker.