The ‘Classics’ never go out of style. From re-editions to watches that pay homage to a bygone era, these vintage-inspired watches give a nod to the rich history with their design and innovation.
This enamel timepiece was designed to mark 110 years since Seiko produced the ‘Laurel,’ Japan‘s first wristwatch, in 1913. Inspired by the design elements of that first wristwatch, this limited-edition wristwatch includes the original feature’s aspects such as the proportions, lug shape, font, and colouring. INR 1,55,000
Carl F Bucherer
Timeless elegance is what defines the Heritage BiCompax Annual, giving a nod to the 1950s with a modern touch. The watch features a rose-and-champagne dial, and the bezel, push buttons, and crown are made of 18 k rose gold, giving a subtle homage to the richness of Lucerne’s Baroque era. INR 10,86,750
The IMPERIALE watch presents a modern interpretation of the great symbols of historical empires such as the arabesque motifs taken from the embroidery of the draperies, with Roman hour markers, a crown shaped like a lotus flower, and lugs that are reminiscent of ancient columns, all evokes a rich history. price on request
The Santos-Dumont Le 14 bis give all the retro feeling. This limited watch with caliber 430 MC has a steel case, yellow gold 750/1000 bezel, anthracite dial with Roman numerals, gold-finish steel sword-shaped hands in sapphire crystal and is water-resistant up to 3 bar. INR 7,10,000
When businessman César de Trey was tasked to come up with a solution to safeguard the glass of watches for polo players during matches in 1930, he came up with Reverso, a watch with a flip-over case design. This watch is a traditional interpretation of the rectangular icon, modelled after the Reversos produced in the late 1930s. price on request