I'm a big fan of Terra Cielo Mare and I know there are handful of others here as well. I decided to start this thread as a place for us to share pics of our TCM watches, ask questions of other owners, share info, etc.
A brief history of Terra Cielo Mare, as found online:
"The brand was created in 1999 by two partners active since the 1970s as importers of Swiss watch watches in Italy. The company is based in the proud and industrious Lombardy, northwest of Milan. The original idea is to associate Swiss watchmaking quality with Italian design, making each creation a tribute to an event or a personality that has marked the history of Italy, on land, on the seas or in the air.
In 2007, one of the partners died, and it was in 2011 that Carlo Fontana and his son Luca took over the brand. The Fontana family has operated a workshop for the manufacture of high-end watch components for Swiss industry for four generations (Atelier GTF). This acquisition will further enhance the technical quality of Terra Cielo Mare watches."
I've owned many TCM models in the past and currently own a Milano 40 and Orienteering PVD. Two models at opposite ends of the TCM spectrum, in my opinion. The Milano 40 has to be the most understated TCM I've ever owned or seen. It's beautiful and a watch I most on Watchuseek could appreciate, at 40mm with an ETA 2892 movement. The Orienteering PVD, however, is a watch most either love or hate. It's PVD coated with a busy dial and very large at 47mm. I love it and I'm not even a huge World War Z fan. For anyone not familiar, the inner rotating bezel can be used in combination with sun as a compass.
I actually just purchased another and what may be the last BNIB Orienteering PVD. I found it using Google, located at a small boutique in Avezzano, Italy. There's definitely a thrill to the hunt in finding a rare TCM model, then the negotiation to acquire it, often relying on Google Translate for communication.