We're excited to share that Venezianico is launching a new limited edition watch – the Venezianico Redentore Clous de Paris – and it's coming to our shop soon! This exceptional timepiece, with only 100 pieces available worldwide, features a striking dial. Not only does it have a stunning design, but it also incorporates a forgotten watchmaking movement and a non-standard power reserve. Don't miss your chance to own this truly unique and remarkable watch.
The limited edition watch gets its name from its special dial decoration, which sets it apart from other watches. While this technique is often used on the bezel or the side of the watch case, it was decided to use it on the dial instead. The technique is called Clous de Paris and it creates a beautiful geometric pattern made up of tiny pyramids, giving the watch a sophisticated and elegant look. This texture is a perfect complement to the Venezianico Redentore collection. Interestingly, the Clous de Paris technique has been around for a long time – it was first adopted by Swiss watchmaker Abraham-Louis Breguet in 1786.
Venezianico watches are known for their exceptional attention to detail and finishing. The Venezianico Redentore Clous de Paris limited edition is no exception, featuring intricate details that add a touch of sophistication to its textured dial. The silver elements surrounding the dark blue dial are finished with a beautiful satin-finish, which perfectly shows the shine of the 316L steel. The indices are applied by hand. Instead of stick indices, numerals and Roman indices are used which is something unique for the Redentore collection. The caseback is also adorned with a carefully crafted engraving of the neoclassical Redentore Basilica in Venice. The watch comes exclusively in silver and navy blue, creating a truly elegant accessory.
Venezianico uses the Japanese Seiko NE57A automatic movement, which comes with a power reserve indicator on the upper half of the dial. The watch has four main hands: hour, minute, second and power reserve, all finished with a hammerhead tip. The unique power reserve configuration is achieved by placing the fourth hand directly on the movement. Additionally, the sub-dial above 6 o'clock shows the date display, also with a hammerhead tip to match the design.