Hidden away in the forest to the east of Lake Suwa in Shinshu, Japan is Mishaka Pond; a beautiful body of water that features a unique verdant green. This colour so caught the eye of the Micro Artist watchmakers in their studio nearby they decided to use it to create this collector’s edition Spring Drive masterpiece as part of the Grand Seiko 140th anniversary celebrations – the Spring Drive 8 Days Jewellery Watch SBGD207.
Featuring a green mother-of-pearl dial with green garnets and tapered baguette diamonds as minute and hour markers set into an 18k white gold base, this watch is powered by the Spring Drive 8 day Calibre 9R01. Accurate to ±10 seconds a month the calibre delivers a power reserve of 192 hours when fully wound. The case is made of Platinum 950 and finished with a form of Zaratsu polishing that delivers the distortion-free surfaces and sharp ridges you always associate with Grand Seiko. It also comes with a crocodile strap with a three-fold clasp and push button release.
This very special collector’s piece Grand Seiko Spring Drive 8 Days Jewellery watch SBGD207 is limited to only 15 pieces and will be available in Grand Seiko Boutiques from May.
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