Antea small second silver
In the 1930s STOWA built numerous models in the Bauhaus school of arts style.
Excellent legibility, simple and high-quality casings with angled lugs were the common characteristics.
These style elements were very popular in those days and used by many manufacturers in Germany and Switzerland.
The Antea KS skillfully interprets the Bauhaus style and draws on the original watch, displayed in our STOWA Museum.
The museum exhibits round or rectangular watches made from steel, gold or galvanically finished casings.
All watches have the typical simple typography in common and focus on the essential, the displaying of time in unadorned form.
The Antea small second shows a beautifully decorated hand-winding movement underneath the sapphire glass case back.
This hand-winding movement gives the watch a very elegant look.
Diameter: 35.50 mm
Height: 6.90 mm
Strap width: 18 mm
Lug-to-Lug size: 44.60 mm
Waterproof: up to 3 ATM
Weight: 41 gr. (leather strap), about 85 gr. (metal bracelet)
Case: Stainless steel
Dial: Silver coated and printed in black
Crystals: Sapphire crystal and sapphire display case back
Hands: Temperature-blued steel
Starb: Leather strap or metal bracelet
Crown: Stainless steel with STOWA logo
Caliber: Peseux 7001
Mechanism: manual wind
Half vibrations per hour: 21,600 A/H
Function: hour, minutes and small second complication
Power Reserve: approximately 42 hours
Number of jewels: 17 synthetic rubies
Finish: Cotes de Geneve`, rhodium coated, blued screws, golden STOWA engraving
Rooted in time, yet timeless.
In the 1930s, STOWA designed a number of watches based on the vocabulary of the Bauhaus movement (1919-1933). The hallmark design elements were a minimalist dial, Art Deco typography and simple casings with beveled edges. The radically simple designs remain relevant today and resonate in our Antea line.
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