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It has been a long time that I posted some of my work. I think a few years ago when I just started I did post a picture of my first skeleton watch I ever made. During my journey in watchmaking and drive to in prove every watch compared to the previous one I am finally at a point to start posting my work again on this forum.

My watches are based on an eta6497 movemement (for now, end this year I will have my own inhouse produced movement).
All the complications, modifications and finishing is done by me in my small workshop in the Netherlands.

I would like to know what your thoughts are.

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Stefan Ketelaars
 

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These are detailed, high class pieces of the breed we don't see much around here. I especially quite like that rough texturing on the last one with the full suite of complications, and especially so on the globe. Fantastic work.
 

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Wow, those are gorgeous.
 

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Looking from the pics, the watches look amazing, especially the one with the globe sub dial. Do you have wrist shots for these?
 

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Amazing looking pjeces. I love the attention to detail. Keep it up please.


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That's really nice work, I do really like the design of the dial and hands, the simple elegance of it. Don't think there is anything to improve here. Website available, or on the cards?
 

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It has been a long time that I posted some of my work. I think a few years ago when I just started I did post a picture of my first skeleton watch I ever made. During my journey in watchmaking and drive to in prove every watch compared to the previous one I am finally at a point to start posting my work again on this forum.

My watches are based on an eta6497 movemement (for now, end this year I will have my own inhouse produced movement).
All the complications, modifications and finishing is done by me in my small workshop in the Netherlands.

I would like to know what your thoughts are.


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Kind regards
Stefan Ketelaars
I think it looks awesome. Great job.
 
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