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Irish Watches? Aye.


Some beatiful work by the McGonigle Brothers of Ireland. Striking looks and workmanship.

So here you have it, a true Irish watch. The case is a prototype and not indicative of the expected final design, so please excuse any minor imperfections. The hands are of polished steel with 18K gold pointers. The dial is translucent sapphire with exposition at the bottom for the tourbillon cage, and at the top for the wolf toothed barrel.

The McGonigle Brothers [TimeZone]

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  1. My goodness, that’s a very nice looking watch. Even for a prototype.

    I wonder how much they’ll go for? Or, is this one of those “if you have to ask, you can’t afford it” things?

    Love your site and read it religiously. Thanks for being a purveyor of watch pr0n! 😉

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