What a watch!!!
How many of this were produced, Alex?
Interesting watch although I could do without the diamonds. I have seen pix of this skeleton movement used in a few different shaped cases. I actually liked how it looked in a square case, and usually I prefer form movments in sqaure cases but they did such a nice job of accentuating that it is a round movement in a square case that I'd love to get one someday.
Thanks for posting a rather interesting VC.
Just kidding. Should be sent to a museum of 50s-60s UFO/science-fiction design where big roundish bluish doors and furniture were the future.
This watch was either too early or too late for its time, or never actually had a time for it. Well, at least they tried. You'd never find something like this "chez Patek", which is why I prefer VC: the unexpected.