The elegant wristwatch from the brand Constantin Weisz Model 'Galileo Galilei'
An accessory for those with high standards. The exclusive automatic shines in its stylish finish in gold plated 316L stainless steel quality on the wrist. The elegant back mother of pearl dial with Roman numerals hours indicators and day/night sub-dial indication made from dial has an elegant black mother of pearl and classic design with a royal blue sky, 12-hour display.
Automatic movement 35 jewels
Gold plated stainless steel case
base made of stainless steel with mineral glass.
Crown gold plated
Roman numerals on a black mother of the pearl dial base
Minutes and hours display
Subdial made from white quartz and moving night lapis lazuli
Brown genuine leather strap
Buckle with engraving.
3 ATM water resistant
Half oscillations: 21,600 A/h
Jewels: 35 rubies
Front mineral glass
Case: 43 mm diameter (with crown 50mm)
Weight: 114 g
Height: 15 mm
Wearable length: approx. 17 to 22 cm
Width of strap: 22 mm
wrist : from 16.5-21.5 cm
Great gift idea
Condition: New old stock
Constantin Weisz Watches - this is a German company based in picturesque Cologne, just meters away from the Rhine.
Constantin Weisz - high-tech meets tradition.
Only Constantin Weisz can offer you: on the one hand, modern casings fashioned using cnc techniques, with laser-cut hands and indices. On the other hand, patinated marvels showcasing the art of the watchmaker. This is something quite exceptional.
We offer "new old stock" - historical - yet new - watch movements. That might sound like a contradiction, but it isn’t. We have watch movements that date from between 1920 and the turn of the century – produced by traditional Swiss manufacturers, such as Adolph Schild, Unitas, Fleurier, Venus, to name but a few. So come with us, as we dive back into the glory days of the Swiss watch industry and bring a piece of history back to life.
In Short - Constantin Weisz is not just a watch - It's a sample of watch history.
About Galileo Galilei:
Galileo di Vincenzo Bonaulti de Galilei was an Italian astronomer, physicist and engineer, sometimes described as a polymath, from Pisa. Galileo has been called the "father of observational astronomy", the "father of modern physics", the "father of the scientific method", and the "father of modern science".