Skeleton movement

By Frederik Drost

Skeleton movement is a type of watch movement where parts of the mechanism are visible through an open-worked dial. The term “skeleton movement” refers to the inner workings of the watch being visible and thus appearing like a skeleton. This type of movement often showcases the intricate craftsmanship and engineering of the watchmakers. Skeleton movement watches are highly sought after by watch enthusiasts, due to the unique design and beautiful craftsmanship that can be seen through the open-worked dial.

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