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Luxury Italian watchmaker Panerai and its Luminor Sealand collection is noted to be one of the most sought after watches, as the 10-piece series is defined by its engraved case top featuring an animal in the Chinese zodiac.

This year, the brand adds on to the rotation by celebrating the Year of the Dog on a limited edition Luminor 1950 Sealand 3 Days Automatic Acciaio.

By carefully blending China’s unique lunar calendar system and the finest in Italian craftsmanship, the meticulously designed watch incorporates extreme attention to detail with the respective design implemented on the dial case. This is achieved through a special cool called, sparsello, which inlays gold threads onto the engraved steel lid.

Currently available for purchase and extremely limited to 88 pieces only, Panerai’s Canton Road flagship store in Hong Kong, will be giving a once in a lifetime opportunity to see all rare watches in the Luminor Sealand collection this Sunday, October 29.

In contrast to this offering, Tokujin Yoshioka & Issey Miyake’s glass watch is minimal elegance.

Words by Renz Ofiaza
Staff Writer

Renz Ofiaza is a Staff Writer at Highsnobiety and based in Brooklyn.

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