Swiss watchmaker RAYMOND WEIL’s long-standing deep connection to music and the symphonic performance continues with this brand new timepiece, the maestro Small Seconds.
As seen pictured on BBC Young Musician of the Year, and RAYMOND WEIL Brand Ambassador, Martin James Bartlett, each of the maestro Small Seconds intricate details ensure metronomic precision to aid the art of performance, and further solidify RAYMOND WEIL’s appreciation for the importance of timing. Featuring a Swiss self-winding movement at its centre, a minute track to aid readability, and a small seconds display positioned at 6 o’clock, the maestro Small Seconds delivers a horological ensemble par excellence.
It is the subtle use of lines, textures and tones however which distinguishes the dial of the maestro Small Seconds as special. This timepiece boasts a bewitching appearance which is achieved through a transition from mid grey at the centre of the dial to deep grey near the perimeter. A swirled pattern and an hour track which is adorned with a snail motif also contribute to this smoky appearance. The timepiece is available in either a grey, blue or green dial colour, each with a 39.55mm stainless steel case, and a colour-coordinating calf leather strap.