Arnold & Son’s new rendition of its DBG dual-time (GMT) timepiece now comes with an architectural skeleton dial.
Where does the name come from?
The name of this new timepiece by Arnold & Son. – The DBG Skeleton – comes from the words “Double Balance” and “GMT” and is a part of the brand’s Instrument Collection that pays tribute to the precise chronometers built by John Arnold and his son to navigate the high seas.
The A&S1309 Caliber
This timepiece is powered by a newly-developed, hand-wound, manufacture A&S1309 Caliber that indicates the local hours, minutes and seconds, GMT hours and minutes and features a 24-hour local time indicator and 24-hour GMT indicator.
The DBG Skeleton
The timepiece comes in a 44mm rose gold case with a water resistance of 30 meters. It is fitted with a choice of a hand-stitched brown strap or a black alligator leather strap. The Arnold & Son DBG Skeleton is limited to 30 pieces.