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Montblanc's 1858 Collection adds a new bronze finish to its vintage-inspired watches

Forget gold, bronze is where its at.
Photo: Montblanc

Photo: Montblanc

Montblanc is bringing bronze into their 1858 Collection and boy oh boy is it a stunner. The watch will come in three styles, but the one that's most likely to steal all your attention is the Chronograph Tachymeter Limited Edition above. The bronze case is complemented by a beautiful champagne dial with a sunray finish while cathedral hands and a vintage-shaped crown further adds to its classically good looks. 

Movement is the Calibre MB M16.29 with red gold components that goes perfectly with the case and dial. The two other styles feature black dials with two flavors: a dual time for travelers and a three-hand model for those who like to keep things simple.

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