Relaunched in 2010, Magellan watches are immediately recognisable thanks to their planetary design and their globetrotting hands orbiting around their respective realistic or imaginary worlds. The latest feminine creation adopts a pop style, a revival of the 1960s that are once again all the rage. Lit up by colourful stylised flowers, the dials are one of a kind and each calls for 80 hours of work. Their motifs are delicately hand-painted on the varnished central globe and the Tahiti mother-of-pearl surround.
Driven by a mechanical self-winding movement with a 24-hour indication by a sun-hand, the pop-chic 1521 Flowers timepiece features a PVD/CVD black-treated steel case fitted with an orange nubuck strap entirely in harmony with the planet of flowers.
Magellan 1521 Flowers
|Watch||:||Ladies watch in steel – PVD/CVD treatment|
|Globe ||:||hand Painted varnished|
|Dial ||:||hand Painted Tahiti mother-of-pearl|
|Crown ||:||integrated into the dial at 3 o’clock|
|Hands ||:||4 curved hands|
|Movement ||:||ETA 2893 self-winding|
|Strap ||:||Orange nubuck strap with pushpiece-operated double folding clasp|