Viennese watchmaker Carl Suchy & Söhne released one of their most limited watched yet, the skeletonized Waltz N°1. Limited to just five watches, the Waltz N°1 Skeleton features a rotating seconds disc at 6 o'clock that's finished with a striped guilloche pattern as well as an openworked guillochage that's inspired by the design language of Austrian architect, Adolf Loos. The watch features a 41.5mm case in stainless steel and houses an automatic movement developed in collaboration with Vaucher Fleurier Manufacture and has a power reserve of 42 hours.
Carl Suchy & Söhne presents its modern take on the Viennese table clock
The clock's in-house movement took two years to develop.