Alzenau Watch – The last unique pieces of a vintage watch
In 2011, the Alexander Shorokhoff watch manufactory has released the special edition model “Alzenau” for its hometown Alzenau on the occasion of its 600th anniversary. The models, limited to 600 pieces, were sold out after only 5 months. After constant requests, the company decided in 2018, with a modified bezel and other hands, to produce a smaller, more exclusive collection with a limitation of only 200 pieces. This collection is now almost sold out and the last few pieces are waiting for their new owners. Until now, the purchase of these models was only reserved for the citizens of Alzenau.
With the refined and cloud-cut movement, the sapphire crystal on the front, the elaborately guilloched dial, the blued screws and hands, the high-quality leather straps, as well as the very small limitation, the price of the watch is sensational!
The movement is aimed at all watch lovers: It is the caliber 3105.poljot, which comes from the Russian production and has not been produced for 10 years. It is a rare vintage movement. The basic construction is based on the famous Swiss movement Valjoux 7734, but without the chrono function.Reference no.: AS.AZ1
Caliber: 3105.AS handwinding movemement with circular-grain finish, with blued screws, power reserve ca. 42 hours
Function: Hours & Minutes, decentralized second hand at 9 o’clock
Case: Stainless steel, 5 atm water-resistant
Diameter: 43.5 mm
Height: 12.4 mm
Glass: Sapphire glass on front, anti-reflective
Dial: Silver-colored, guilloiched
Width of strap: 22 mm
Hands: Blued stainless steel
Strap: Extra soft calfskin strap in light brown with engraved solid stainless steel pin buckle
Limitation: 200 pieces
Warranty: 2 years
About Alexander Shorokhoff
Alexander Shorokhoff was founded in 2003 in Alzenau, Germany by Alexander Shorokhov. The brand was borne out of Shorokhov’s desire to create watches with high standards of workmanship, quality and design.
Shorokhov’s designs are drawn from his Russian roots and the many countries and cultures he visits. Engravings and decorations painstakingly done by hand are signature traits of Alexander Shorokhoff, with a single master watchmaker being responsible for one watch from start to finish.
Truly, a piece of Art on the Wrist.
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