Gold co-axial escapement wristwatch by George Daniels, with a movement manufactured by Omega. 18 carat gold case and hands, engine-turned silver dial.
Omega launched its first production watches with the Daniels co-axial escapement in 1999. At that time, George Daniels purchased fifty Omega ébauches as a basis for a limited edition of watches bearing his own name, of which this is one. The gold case, the engine-turned silver dial-plate with gold chapters and hands were all made in Daniels’s workshop. The dial and movement was engraved in Clerkenwell, London by Charles Scarr.
Clockmakers' Museum No. 1255
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- Lent by the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers
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