This individually numbered timepiece from Xezo’s Limited-Edition collection was inspired by architecture of ancient Acropolis in Greece and contemporary Art Deco influences. The design idea came from observations of the ruins of Erechtheum Temple (on the Acropolis in Greece) finished by 405 B.C. Its unique plan features three facades at different levels, and is famous for complex, exquisite details; most notably the loveliest Ionic capitals ancient Greece ever produced. This timepiece from the latest “Architect 2001” collection mirrors the temple’s classical beauty in many crucial ways. Each of the reverse columns on both sides of the case signifies one of the shrine’s façades. And the seven rectangular see-troughs–found on the top and bottom of the timepiece–resemble the moldings of the temple’s porch supported by ethereal sculpted figures. The master case is machined from a single block of 316L surgical grade stainless steel. The tank case is topped with scratch proof curved sapphire crystal glass and is water-resistant to 165 ft. The case houses premium quality Swiss-made ETA 902.002 caliber quartz movement with very long battery life. The two-layer dial features natural Mother-of-Pearl adorned with applied roman and Arabic numerals. The inner dial is white Guilloche. Watch supplied in gift box embossed with faux crocodile leather pattern. Case width: 31 mm, case height: 6 mm, case length: 41 mm. Every Xezo timepiece is guaranteed against all defects in workmanship and parts for 1 year from date of sale.
It would suit men with narrow wrists or alternately, women with medium to X-large wrists
Water-Resistant 165 FT/50 Meters. The natural white mother-of-pearl
Individually numbered. Limited edition of 500 pieces worldwide.
Supplied with faux croco gift box, certificate, and 1-year warranty card