German watch brand Tutima Glashütte revealed the latest member of the Patria watch family. This new iteration features a blue dial within an 18-karat rose gold case. The watch is fitted with hand-wound Tutima Calibre 617, which is crafted entirely on the manufactory’s premises in Glashütte.
The 18-karat rose gold case is protected by a domed anti-reflective sapphire crystal. Indices contrast against the dial’s blue background. The surfaces of the in-house manufactured 18-karat gold hands are polished by hand; the bevel is ground and given a matte finish. A subdial at the “6” shows the continually passing seconds. The timepiece comes on a blue alligator leather strap with a gold pin buckle.
The Patria watch is fitted iwith masterfully crafted Tutima Calibre 617 manufacture movement. This calibre’s traditional origins can be seen through the sapphire crystal in the back of the case. There is the signature Glashütte three-quarter plate with three ruby bearings set in screwed gold chatons. Also typical of Glashütte watchmaking is the sun-burst finish that adorns the Patria’s winding wheels, which have a special ratchet with steel springs polished by hand on a tin plate. In keeping with Tutima’s tradition, the heads of all screws are polished and not blued. The balance oscillates at a frequency of 21,600 semi-oscillations per hour and is fitted with a Breguet hairspring, the end curve of which is manually bent in our workshops according to special calculations.
Tutima Patria in Rose Gold is priced at $21,000.
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