As I type this, we have six NH2 Timascus watches completely assembled and ready for delivery on December 17th.
To say that completing six pieces was a real challenge would be an
understatement - but I am extremely pleased that after almost a year of
research and development, machining and assembly, we have reached a
stage where consistency in tolerances, colouring and ultimately the
performance of assembled watches is simply impressive. Timascus is ready
Of course, you have to take my word for it: the pictures of the timascus
watches below are just a pale shadow of how they look 'in real life.'
It is practically impossible to photograph timascus movements through
the glass case back. As I always say, if you are in the area, please
stop by and check them out in person.
You will be pleasantly surprised!
Please find below a brief description and photos of the available NH2
For Australian customers, the price is AUD$8,800 including GST.
For overseas customers, the price is AUD $8,000.
Case No. J03/25 Serial No. 028-03 Colour: Turquoise, purple, lilac with gold engraving and gloss finish. Pattern: Plasma
J03 is a very vibrant piece where all three titanium alloys responded
dramatically to the anodising process. The ever-changing hue of purple
is eye pleasing, highlighted by an azure turquoise under layer.
Case No. J04/25 Serial No. 029-04 Colour: Turquoise, purple, lilac with gold engraving and gloss finish. Pattern: Mosaic
All bridges of J04 are made of mosaic pattern timascus, where the
predominant colour is turquoise with splashes of purple. The gold
engraving and custom ratchet wheel make J04 a perfect example of nicely
matched patterns, with the same grain clearly visible on all bridges.
Case No. J05/25 Serial No. 030-05 Colour: Green with deep gold engraving and gloss finish. Pattern: Mosaic
J05 is the first green timascus watch. It was a result of a rather
complex anodising process. The green ranges from lime to fluorescent
with finely matched mosaic patterns on all bridges.
Case No. J06/25 Serial No. 031-06 Colour: Turquoise, purple, blue with titanium engraving and gloss finish. Pattern: Nebula
Without any doubt, the three quarter bridge and balance cock bridge of
J06 reveal the most intricate nature of three composite timascus. The
pattern itself resembles woodgrain, and thanks to the multi-layered
anodising process, the spectrum of colours range from a number of shades
of purple, turquoise and blue.
Case No. J07/25 Serial No. 032-07 Colour: Gold, purple, pink with titanium engraving and high gloss finish. Pattern: Nebula
J07 is another completely unique piece with a look that changes
dramatically in relation to light angle. In low light, its almost
entirely gold. As the light intensity increases, you will be welcomed
with a spectrum of purple, gold, pink and indigo blue. Nebula pattern
with a couple of very prominent rosebuds.
Case No. J09/25 Serial No. 034-08 Colour: Indigo with matte finish. Pattern: Rosebud Nebula
J08 is nicknamed “Indigo Rosebuds”. There are actually 11 rosebuds on
the balance cock and three quarter bridge. Thanks to the matte finish
(all surfaces being treated with micro-blasting) indigo blue and deep
purple are the two predominant colours. In the case of J08, the
predominant colour depends on the angle that the light hits the surface,
rather than the intensity of the light itself. The movement engraving
is stealth and of all NH2 pieces, J08 reveals its intricate details at
close range with a loupe.