At the Neuchâtel Observatory (which rated accuracy in Swiss timepiece movements), Ulysse Nardin breaks 50 years of records for chronometer performances with a chronometer adjusted by Louis Augsburger.
That is the period that this steel dress watch also saw the ‘light of day’. You can see that very well in terms of design. Slightly larger in diameter than the average dress watch at the time, but see the details of the applique on the originally ivory-colored dial that has been beautifully discolored throughout time. The timepiece is wound by hand and runs smooth.
For young and old, a beautiful watch that can be made in any style by, for example, changing the strap. Our collection of watch straps is huge!