Minimalist Charm Tasting Movado’s Special Museum Dial Men’s Watch
As a representative of the minimalist style of today’s timepieces, Movado’s classic museum dial has become the brand’s logo, and it has the most distinctive DNA. It is almost immediately recognizable that this brand will be the ultimate in simplicity. At the same time, continuous innovation and expression on top of classic designs always give new surprises to watch fans who love simple styles. At the Baselworld Watch & Jewellery Show 2017, upholding continuous innovation in classic style, it coincides with the 70th anniversary of the birth of this legendary design. Movado introduced this special museum dial men’s watch at the watch exhibition, let’s enjoy it together.
This classic dial design was derived from the hands of Bauhaus artist Nathan George Howett. As early as 1947, this special dial was shown to the world. A single dot at 12 o’clock represents The noon sun is hailed as one of the purest minimalist designs in watch history. In 1960, the Museum of Modern Art in New York collected the dials designed by Howitt into a collection of ‘Museum Dials’. Today, Movado watches have been collected by more than 20 well-known museums in the world.
A 40mm round case made of PVD gold-plated stainless steel with a thickness of 6.3mm.
The simple black lacquered museum dial is decorated with elegant golden rod-shaped hands and flat dots at 12 o’clock, revealing a sense of simplicity and simplicity.
Equipped with Swiss quartz movement ETA 901.001, which guarantees the watch’s benchmark running time and adds charm to the watch.
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