The Mechanical version of the Lady Australis is an honest yet stunning example of timekeeping perfectly proportioned for the female wrist.
Understanding that women just as much as men can appreciate the inner theatrics of horology – the Australis – shows of its mechanical hand wound skeletonized movement through the opaque or clear dial face.
Instead of ornamentation, the various gears, wheels and springs offer the wearer a stunning abstract and dynamic pattern of moving parts – all in dedication to the telling of time. Framing this open view of the movement are 11 carefully faceted indexes and our signature double “E” logo at the 12 o'clock position.
The exhibition caseback similarly opens up to a view of wheels, gears, plates, screws and bridges that show off the individual workmanship and craftsmanship that has gone into each watch.
With a slightly domed lens and red cabochon crown with a bezel that displays the bezels hand set Austrian crystals with clarity and beauty, the watch is strapped with two stitched pieces genuine Italian leather that are supple and luxurious on fit.