New addition for me that I thought I'd share. I was looking for a dress watch to replace a vintage Omega Seamaster that just wasn't getting wrist time and I have a soft spot for blue hands.
I have to say that this ranks up there with anything that I've owned or even fondled in the watch store, including my two modern Omegas. The dial is made of pure silver with some gorgeous patterns and applied markers. The movement is an ML126, which is based on a La Joux Perret, and it's assembled in the tradition of fine watchmaking... adjusted in 4 positions, geneve stripes, pearlage, beveled bridges, and the pearlage on the plate is even on the dial side where only a watchmaker would see it. It's on a crocodile strap with a very nicely made deployment. The watch is signed 6x.
Thanks for looking.