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anOrdain debuts its enamel-dialled Model 2 collection

The new watches are inspired by the Scottish Highlands.
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anOrdain Model 2

Following the success of its debut collection of hand-enameled watches, anOrdain debuts a new model range inspired by the Scottish Highlands. The Model 2 features a new 36mm case with a double domed sapphire crystal that sits above the company's enamel dial, which is handcrafted in-house by one of three enamellers. Each dial takes a minimum of 12 hours to complete using hand-cut silver or copper discs, which undergo a careful process to achieve a perfect finish. The dial also features hour and minute hands with hand-painted luminous tips and updated numeral designs that use a typeface inspired by 1950s industrial equipment. The watch can be supplied with two movement options: a hand-wound SW-210 from Sellita or an automatic ETA 2824. 

£950 (approx. $1,178),

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