Whether skeletonizing, guilloching or engraving, all these working steps for the watch components are required the highest concentration, patience and precision. It takes many hours, sometimes even days for the engraver to work the cold steel parts into movements with “soul”, transforming each watch model into a unique piece.
Thus, the love for each detail, the excellent hand engravings and the perfect work of the watchmakers ensure the creation of a mechanical piece of high reliability and esthetical beauty, combining harmonically Russian soul and German quality.
The cases of the Tolstoi watch collection are created in a classical style and shaped in graduated well-rounded form allowing the height of the watch to be optically minimised. Each case consists of three parts: screw-type bezel, middle part and screw-type sapphire glass back. The well rounded, finely worked out pushers and the relative flat winding crown complete the timeless elegant design of this watch.
Caliber: 3133.AS, manual winding, fully hand-engraved and refined, blued screws, power reserve approx. 42 hours (36 hours if timer is turned on)
Function: Hour, Minute, Date, window display. Moon Phase indicator, 30 min, 60 sec registers chronograph.
Case: Stainless steel, sapphire glass back, 5 atm water-resistant
Diameter: 41.5 mm
Height: 12.5 mm
Glass: Sapphire glass on both sides, anti-reflective on front
Dial: Arabic printed numerals. Copper color. White color sub-dials. Guilloche texture.
Hands: Blue stainless steel
Strap: Genuine crocodile leather strap with engraved stainless steel buckle (yellow)
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.