Eva Leube Ari Watch - Striking Outside and Inside

Jul 19, 2011
The independent Australian timepiecemaker Eva Leube is pleased to offer her new Ari watch. It is named after Evas son, since the birth of the boy was followed by starting her own watchmaking business.

Striking outside and inside, the new Eva Leube watch is delivered in 18k gold or platinum 950 case - 52.44mm x 21.6mm x 8.45mm. Hand-engraved by the esteemed master John W. Thompson, it also features a screwed locking crown. The top and both sides of the case are assembled with three glare-proofed sapphire crystals.

Beneath the front glass there are two dials, both sculptured in 18k gold. The counter in the upper part of the watch face is in charge of small seconds. The hours and minutes are shown on the central display. All the hands are made of heat-blued steel. The lower part of the dial is occupied by a ratchet wheel, hand-engraved with Eva Leube inscription.

The lateral sapphire crystals provide an enjoyable vision of a manual-wound movement, engraved just like the case. Built on 18 jewels, the heart of the new Eva Leube Ari watch operates at a frequency of 18,000 vibrations per hour and offers a 40-hour power reserve.

The mechanism comprises 209 components, including a free sprung balance with regulating screws as well as a highly-modified gear train from a Record 302 calibre. The main plate and bridges are in rhodium-plated brass.

The new Eva Leube watch is mounted on a customized leather strap.

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