the study and measurement of time.
the art of making clocks and watches.
The Jaipur Watch Company which has been the indigenous luxury watch maker has commemorated the historic event of Brexit by releasing the second series of its maiden collection, Imperial II.
Being an organization which has revolutionized the Indian Watch making industry by essaying the Indian history through horology, this unique collection houses an antique 70 year old King George VI coin.
George VI happened to be the last Monarch having the command of the British Empire. He was anointed as the first head of the commonwealth.
His reign witnessed the transition of India from a British colony to that of a thriving democracy.
There could not have been an apt co-incidence to mark this epochal juncture in time when the British chose to come out of the European Union and to chalk out their own independent destiny.
The Imperial II collection thereby fits in aptly & amply into a connoisseur’s closet.
These self-winding or automatic watches are crafted with Miyota 8215 Movement from Citizen and have a power reserve of upto 50 hours, roughly making it to 2 days plus.
The gold plated case is dotted by a dome shaped sapphire crystal. The Bezel of these watches has been inspired by the edges of a coin blending so very well with the George VI coin.
The analogue display of the watch adds to its classic finesse.
Weighing a mere 110 gm, this entire range of watches has been crafted as water resistant.
The classic royale touch of these watches are designed to resist a 50 meter depth of water.