Despite being born centuries apart, TRIWA and Skultuna find common ground in the pursuit of timeless design and ceaselessly advancing quality. Following a successful collaboration last year, the brands unite once again on another classic timepiece.
Limited to 400 pieces, the design features a racing green dial set in a raw brass case with a brown organically tanned leather strap from Tärnsjö Tannery. The watch is powered by a Miyota 9015 automatic movement, and each model is numbered 1 through 400, designating the order in which each watch was produced.
Skultuna is one of the world’s oldest companies, founded in 1607 by King Karl IX of Sweden as a brass foundry. As a purveyor to the Royal Court of Sweden, Skultuna focuses on high-quality fine metal objects for both everyday use and special occasions. In comparison, TRIWA is new on the block. Founded in 2007, the brand works from a creative studio in Stockholm, inspired by the city’s stark landscapes and diverse architecture.
TRIWA x Skultuna II launches October 12 in selected stores, TRIWA and Skultuna stores, and online via the link below.
TRIWA recently released two new watches for Fall/Winter 2016.