One of specialities are their skeletonized and completely engraved watches; they clearly have no dial (nor do they need one) to best flaunt the entirety of the subtleties. The proprietor of this piece related a tale – he gave it to an individual authority, very notable in horological circles, for his assessment on the wrapping up. He requested a loupe and analyzed the watch – at that point seconds after the fact, answered ‘I can’t tell by any stretch of the imagination, the whole damn thing is engraved!’
Mechanically, it’s a genuinely standard Unitas development (beside the intricate adornment, obviously). Not a ton else to say about this one, other than appreciate the photographs. Snap pictures for larger.