Lady's mechanical Wind Up watch bracelet NOTE: EACH WATCH IS SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT, see photos. In old Russia, enamel was called finift, an ancient technique of jewelry arts. The word finift comes from Greek and means ?a shining stone.? For producing enamel, it is necessary to put some glass powder on a skillfully processed metal surface and heat it until it turns into a vitreous layer. Painted enamel has an extremely delicate, miniature drawing done in heat-resistant paint on an enamel background. It is fragile, but will withstand both cold and heat, as well as moisture & time. In exclusive models, artists use one of the most complex jewelry techniques: three-dimensional filigree. During that process, one pattern is laid down on top of another one, creating luxurious ornaments
- Mechanical movement - manual wind up. No batteries needed. 15 Jewels
- The face is 0.9 x 0.5 inches
- Running time per winding no less than 33 hours
- NOTE: EACH WATCH IS SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT, see photos. Watch metal bracelet decorated with Finift (special type of hand painting)
- The length with bracelet is about 8 inches. Made in Belarus.