The Griffin Emblem watch comes with a unique serial number on it, allowing it to have an identity, and also an engraved name plate, allowing it to be an extension of your own identity.
While most watches go all out in designing a beautiful dial, encrusting it with rare materials, the skeleton watch relies on a timepiece’s inner mechanical beauty to captivate the wearer. Much like how naked bikes have a gritty/exposed yet appealing allure, the Griffin Emblem Skeleton Automatic watch let’s the automatic Miyota movement on the inside shine through, showcasing its intricate movement in all its glory. The stainless steel casing around the movement sits atop it like a crown would on a king. Encrusted with rubies, the Griffin lion insignia, and lastly a sapphire crystal glass above it all, the watch has luxury along with a layered design that gives the watch a depth that you don’t see too often in other fine timepieces.
Designer: Alain Recuze