There’s a lot of watches on the market today, with each timepiece’s face competing for your own’s attention. However, were you to invest in a quality piece of jewelry, the limited range from TRIWA and fellow Swedish brand Skultuna should be high up on your consideration list.
The relative new kid on the block in terms of timepieces, Stockholm’s TRIWA has partnered with the 400-year-old brass and sterling silver master crafters and jewelry designers, Skultuna, for a limited release of 200 brass and black wristwatches.
Their watch, designed to mature and create the signature glossy patina of aged brass, also comprises an organic leather strap from Swedish tannery Tärnsjö Garveri. As a mark of authenticity, the transparent back panel, crafted from stainless steel and mineral glass, will be numbered from one to 200, while also allowing owners a peak inside the watch’s inner workings and its Miyota 9015 automatic movement.
The watch is released today, October 13, through select international retailers and online directly from TRIWA.