Interpreting the codes of Italian elegance with the new collection, we pay homage to Florentine aesthetics. EPURATO: a third line that uses the main identity elements of our brand with its cushion case, its Swiss automatic movement and its dial displaying the traditional reading triangle. Refined and with a diameter smaller than its big sisters, this line is eminently contemporary. The originality of the bracelet and dial evokes the Italian elegance of this bronze model, the first of a new and large family.
Discover a less rebellious face with a tenfold increase in elegance. The ergonomics of the new case combine a thickness of just 11 mm with a diameter of 42, and a carefully integrated crown guard. The desire for a return to origins and an even more Italian inspiration will naturally adorn both male and female wrists.
The cushion case, mounted with a fluted bezel plays subtly with alternate satin and shiny surfaces. Equipped with an automatic movement which beats through a transparent back, you could see the skeleton and Côtes de Genève decorated rotor.
As for the sun-brushed anthracite dial and the hand-stitched leather bracelet, both testify to the research into the diversity of materials and the care given to aesthetics. The calf leather decorated in mahogany brown gradients blends perfectly with the bronze and gives the piece a character between vintage and modern. Equipped with a new system of interchangeability, it is now easy to combine structure and color according to one’s desires: a must in our current era of personalisation.
This first model is of course in bronze, historical material at ANONIMO, a pioneer in its use. This alloy, which ages by reacting to its environment, gains a patina over time to acquire a very personal touch. Today, with the new EPURATO, bronze, for the first time polished, modernizes without losing any of its aesthetic and exclusive character.
Dont' wait to discover this Florentine elegance combined with Swiss know-how in a bronze watch with a unique character!
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