That’s not gold a case, it’s bronze – mankind’s oldest alloy. The great thing about bronze is that over time it develops a ‘patina’ of copper oxide which protects the underlying material. This superficial coating means that as the watch ages, it develops a charming, rustic, tarnished look, giving the timepiece an extra dimension of character. The Archimede Pilot Bronze 42 Automatic features a bronze case by Ickler, brushed sapphire crystal screw-down case back, black face, with black, dark brown, middle brown or light brown leather band.
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