We are very excited to announce three events in November featuring watch companies from the town of Glashütte, the watchmaking capital of Germany! Read on to learn more about the events. We’d love to see you there at our store in Burlingame, California in the the San Francisco Bay Area.
Saturday November 11th 12:00 PM to 5:30 PM Nomos Glashütte
We are always happy to share the latest from Nomos Glashütte. This time, the “latest” has extra meaning for us, as we will have the Topper Limited Edition “Burlingame” Zurich World Timer on display for the first time. In addition, we will have the new Neomatik “At Work” Collection, which features larger case sizes than the previous Neomatik models. Joining us from the town of Glashütte will be one of their senior watchmakers who will be on hand to showcase their incredibly thin 3001 movement.
November 15th 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM Mühle Glashütte
The dial of the new white gold Glashütte Original Senator Moon Stage Skeletonized Edition watch is identical to the increased gold version from five years back. Unlike any skeletonized watches, Glashütte Original has not done away with all the dial completely. Actually, to put it more correctly, the dial has been “edited” and sliced to reveal the skeletonized movement under. The moon phase screen, power reserve indicator, along with the subsidiary moments, are actually all undamaged. The chapter ring is intact also and the hours are rendered in classic-looking Roman numerals and on the periphery is a railroad-style minutes track. The minute and hour hands, in addition to the palms to get its power reserve indicator and subsidiary seconds, are all flamed blue.Legibility is ordinarily an issue with skeletonized watches, but the Glashütte Original Senator Moon Stage Skeletonized Edition watch is not too difficult to browse everything considered. The moon phase display in between 10 and 11 o’clock isn’t hard to browse and so is the power reserve indicator in between 2 and 1 o’clock. The subsidiary seconds indication, on the other hand, is somewhat harder, mainly since the seconds hand is somewhat thin. However, I believe that this is something that many owners may get used to, once they realize it is quicker to scan to the seconds hand by looking at the ring which houses the seconds monitor. Besides, how often do you have to understand the exact second?
Come meet fifth generation Managing Director Thilo Mühle as he brings his passion for watchmaking to Topper Fine Jewelers. He will be in our store for the first time showcasing the entire 2017 core collection as well as their Robert Mühle (named after the company’s founder) Limited Editions.
November 28th 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM Glashütte Original
Come see the best of Glashütte Original’s 2017 collection as a representative from the company will be available to present their 2017 collection highlighted by the Senator Excellence, Senator Excellence Perpetual Calendar, and the Senator Chronograph Panorama Date.
All three events will take place at the store at 1315 Burlingame Ave. RSVP is not required but is always appreciated as it better helps us prepare. If you have any questions or would like to make sure a particular Nomos Glashütte, Muhle Glashütte, or Glashütte Original watch is available for viewing at the event, please email email@example.com. You can also call Rob or Russ Caplan at 650-347-2221 for more information. topperjewelers.com
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