Movado M95 Silver Snail Dial
Recently, Movado M95’s have become some of the most hyped-up pieces on the vintage market and for very good reason. They feature incredible waterproof cases made by Francios Borgel (the same casemaker who manufactured the Patek 1463 “Tatsi Tondi) as well as jaw-dropping dials and a revolutionary caliber that was made in-house by Movado themselves. This piece belongs to the family of second-generation cases, where only 2500 examples are thought to have ever been produced. Its brushed snail dial is not only in incredible condition retaining all of its custard lume plots, but is one of the most rare and highly desirable configurations the brand manufactured. The pop of the blue and red accents really makes this piece stand out above the crowd. Not to mention the case is razor sharp unpolished. This example also features its original Movado signed beads of rice bracelet. Any nice M95’s have become extremely coveted pieces of art and therefore almost never come to the public market, so don’t miss out on this extraordinary opportunity. This is a truly special piece and I couldn’t be happier to offer it in the Watch Shop!
*Some marks or spots on the dial are reflections or dust on the crystal and are due to high intensity strobe lighting used while photographing. They are not actually on the watch or visible in natural lighting.
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