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In my opinion, watchmaking is equal parts technical ingenuity and creative craftsmanship. The technical ingenuity is often hidden, with incredible complications and gear train designs, whereas the artisanal skills are shown off through intricate dial work. When you think handmade enamel dials, you often think of very high end timepieces that are upwards of $5000. But tucked away in the gloomy town of Glasgow, Scotland, are a team of trained artists that have been quietly producing breathtaking enamel dialed watches, that are consistently getting better and more popular. anOrdain have even recently made their way into the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) Store in NY, which is a terrific accomplishment. Today I'll be looking at the Grey Model 2, which was perhaps inspired by the weather in Glasgow, and has a retail price of roughly $1300.


Written review - anOrdain Model 2 – Beans & Bezels









 
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