Welcome to the next edition of our regular series, Watches of the Week. In this week's instalment, we'll be featuring new watches from Arnold & Son, H. Moser & Cie and Zenith. Enjoy!
Arnold & Son "Year of the Tiger" Perpetual Moon
To mark the Lunar New Year, Arnold & Son has unveiled the "Year of the Tiger" Perpetual Moon. This piece is a beautiful combination of aesthetics, details, intricate mechanics and flawless finishing. It features a rose gold case with a hand-engraved and hand-burnished tiger prowling across the dial, gold powered-painted bamboo and a moon crafted in mother-of-pearl, all sitting atop a hematite dial. Auspicious and divine.
H. Moser & Cie Endeavour Small Seconds Total Eclipse x The Armoury
New from H. Moser & Cie and in collaboration with The Armoury is the new H. Moser & Cie Endeavour Small Seconds Total Eclipse. Available in either steel or steel with a red gold inner bezel, the new H. Moser & Cie Endeavour Small Seconds Total Eclipse x The Armoury features the maison's iconic Vantablack® dial, which absorbs 99.965% of light. This serves as the perfect depiction of a total solar eclipse, which is offset by the simplicity and minimalistic look of the hands and hour markers. Both models are available in a limited run of only 29 pieces.
Zenith DEFY Revival A3642
And finally we have the new DEFY Revival A3642 from Zenith. Dubbed the "Bank Vault", this re-edition from 1969 is a revelatory timepiece whose aesthetic is as polarising as it is intriguing. It features an 37mm octagonal case with a 14-sided bezel, a grey dial with a gradient finishing and steel "ladder" type bracelet. An interesting, albeit against-the-grain offering from Zenith.