MOVADO Museum Skeleton Opening (2007)

In 2007, to celebrate the 60th anniversary of its famous Museum dial, Movado launched a limited series of 60 watches in white gold with this fascinating design. A model of purity and modernity and decorated with a simple dot at 12 o’clock to symbolise the sun, this dial features a round window through which one can admire the heart of the watch surmounted by the M of Movado.

The sapphire back reveals the finely-worked skeleton movement. This timepiece is powered with skeleton ETA 6498.2 hand wound movement which has a power reserve of 60 hours.

Technical details
Movement
Mechanical hand-wound, skeleton ETA 6498.2 calibre, 16 ½’”, 17 rubies
60-hour power reserve
Bridges with Côtes de Genève finishing
Movado Factories engraved on the barrel-bar, polished, blued screws

Functions
Hours, minutes, small seconds

Case
18K white gold
Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal front and back

Dial
Black Museum with round, flat hour-marker and straight hands Circularopening onto the movement at 6 o’clock with “M” of Movado and small red seconds hand

Strap
Black alligator with 18K white gold buckle

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