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The “Leo Tolstoi” watch uses the 3133 movement. It originated from the Swiss watch industry and has many similarities to the popular Valjoux 7734 movement. The movement was manufactured in Russia and is completely disassembled, revised, hand-engraved, refined and re-assembled at the “Alexander Shorokhoff” watch manufacture.

No matter if skeletonizing, guilloche or engraving, these tasks on movement components require maximum precision, patience and concentration from our master watchmakers. It takes engravers several hours, sometimes several days to carve out a “soul” from the cold steel that will turn every model into an exclusive specimen in the end.

TECHNICAL DATA

Caliber: 3133.AS, manual winding, fully hand-engraved and refined, blued screws, power reserve approx. 42 hours (36 hours if timer is turned on)

Function: Hours, minutes, center second hand, decentralized second hand, decentralized minute counter, chrono and summing up function

Case: 18 carat white gold, sapphire glass back, 3 atm water-resistant

Diameter: 41.5 mm

Height: 12.5 mm

Glass: Sapphire glass on both sides, anti-reflective on front

Dial: 3D hand-engraved, rose gold-plated

Hands: Blued stainless steel

Strap: Genuine crocodile leather strap with engraved massive stainless steel pin buckle

Limitation: 25 pieces

FEATURES

This watch is available with a dark brown or black genuine crocodile leather strap.
The watch is delivered in a high-quality lacquered wooden case.

INSPIRATION

The “Leo Tolstoi” watch uses the 3133 movement. It originated from the Swiss watch industry and has many similarities to the popular Valjoux 7734 movement. The movement was manufactured in Russia and is completely disassembled, revised, hand-engraved, refined and re-assembled at the “Alexander Shorokhoff” watch manufacture.

No matter if skeletonizing, guilloche or engraving, these tasks on movement components require maximum precision, patience and concentration from our master watchmakers. It takes engravers several hours, sometimes several days to carve out a “soul” from the cold steel that will turn every model into an exclusive specimen in the end.

The base material of the three-dimensional engraving of the dial is removed with a burin. The remaining untreated surface forms the decorative pattern, as it was favored by Russian aristocracy of the past century.

The opening in the dial gives a clear view into the mechanical movement. Through two openings at “3” and “9” you can see the hand-skeletonized and engraved parts of the chronograph movement, as well as the calendar dial. For all models, the sapphire glass bottom gives a view of the flawless movement. Blued screws and hands contribute to the precious esthetics of the watch.

The case of the “Tolstoy watch” was designed in a classic, round and tiered shape that optically minimizes the watches’ height. The rounded, delicate push button and the relatively flat, nostalgic crown complete the timeless and elegant design of the watch.