Anonimo releases D-Date Bronze timepiece

First published: 09-09-2010

Watch fans looking for an alternative timepiece may be interested in one from the fairly recently-founded Italian watch maker Anonimo.

Called the D-Date Bronze, one of the watch's most notable features when first glanced upon may well be the way the day and date are set out, Hodinkee has reported.

This is because, unlike typical timepieces that display these additions around the three or nine o'clock positions, Anonimo, which was set up in 1997 by the Italian entrepreneur Federico Massacesi, has chosen to separate the two and place them at complete different locations on a watch face.

A small window just below the 12 o'clock position is home to the current date, while a longer one near to the six o'clock position is where a day can be found.

These features, as well as the white time markers and black-bordered white hands, all stand out thanks to a stunning orange dial.

All this is then covered by a bronze case and then finished off with a dark brown calfskin strap, which makes for a model worthy of any watch fan looking for a fashionable timepiece.


Related articles