The family-owned Aerowatch Company, headquartered in Switzerland’s Jura region, was founded in La Chaux-de-Fonds in 1910. Leveraging its experience and creative design talents, Aerowatch has recently intensified its focus on the art of skeletonization. Its latest development, the “1942 Lady Squelette” enriches the company’s collection of ladies’ watches and addresses the growing demand for skeletonized timepieces.
The harmonious personality of the “1942 Lady Squelette” is characterized by refined elegance and a graceful silhouette. With a case diameter of 35 mm, it fits snugly on any feminine wrist. The prominent onion crown with a black onyx adds a touch of noblesse to this watch.
The sunray guilloché pattern and the baton-style hour markers on the dial ring express composure and suavely frame the skeletonized movement. The handsome blued hands match the eloquent face of the watch and assure superb legibility. The “1942 Lady Squelette” accents the charisma of its owner, radiating confidence and poise.
The aperture in the dial reveals the concerted interaction of the train wheels. This fascinating choreography repeats itself incessantly with an impressive degree of precision.
Reflecting the current trend, a gray leather strap with an embossed python pattern enhances the overall appearance of the “1942 Lady Squelette”. It also reaffirms the commitment of Aerowatch to refrain from using leather of endangered species.
Collection 1942 – Lady Squelette
Ref. A 60922 AA13
- Self-winding rhodium plated skeleton movement 11 ½ SW 200-1; 26 jewels – 28’800 vibrations per hour; Power reserve of 38 hours
- Hour – Minute – Second
- Steel polished case – Diameter 35,00mm
- Transparent case back
- Ring « guilloché » dial with rhodium plated indexes
- Blued hands
- Sapphire crystal
- Water-resistant to 50 meters
- Python imitation leather strap, pin buckle
- Steel bracelet available
- Also available in version rose plated 4N case
- Price in CHF/Euro upon request