Bronze in the spotlight for 20 years


A pioneer in the manufacture of bronze watches, Anonimo has historical legitimacy thanks to the know-how of Florentine craftsmen. The resistance of bronze to wear and corrosion is such that it has been used in the naval world for centuries. Indeed, this material reacts to its environment and the slight oxidation of its surface will protect the metal from any attack. What's more natural for Anonimo than using bronze in their watches developed for professional divers of the Italian navy? This is how Anonimo presented to the world the first bronze diving watch in 2006 with the Polluce model.

Continuing to work with this alloy to have an optimal aesthetic, Anonimo presented at the beginning of the year a new bronze for their entire collection. After several months the patina is now unveiled with a chocolate model of the limited edition Militare Alpini. This new shade, more pink, can be found in an elegant association with the materials of the latest Nautilo Bicolor. 

Militare Alpini Camouflage, new and worn versions

After moving to Switzerland, Anonimo presented a first limited edition, the vintage edition Militare "Alpini". Limited to 97 units, decorated with a relief engraving of the Matterhorn on the back of its case, this model available only in bronze, is back thiys year with a Camouflage version. Its guilloche dial, featuring a chocolate color camouflage plays with the light and after several months of wear, the case shows its new face. The watch houses an automatic movement with chronograph, which offers a 42-hour power reserve. It is worn on a chocolate calfskin leather strap, hand-crafted in Italy and equipped witha folding clasp.

Price : CHF 5’250.- / Limited edition series of 97 units. (Shop here.)


Source: WorldTempus


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