Master watchmaker Black, Starr & Frost, America’s First Jeweler Since 1810, has announced its new collection of fine men’s timepieces, the first designs created in three decades and the first dress chronograph case with hidden pushers.
This new collection of timepieces designed by Donald R. Loke, a master watchmaker from New York City, is a limited edition series of 25. Each timepiece is made in the United States using Swiss components including a modified Valjoux 7750 automatic chronograph movement with 25 jewels. The 42 mm case has an inter-turning and elapsed time bezel.
Each Black, Starr & Frost signature 1810 stainless steel Swiss Automatic Chronograph timepiece features flush button pushers, internal rotating bezel, exhibition sapphire crystal and black, white, brown or blue dial on a black or brown alligator strap with stitching, hand-painted dials, applied numerals and silver, blue or red feuille hands.
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