Skeletonized Movement

Skeletonized Movement

A movement whose plate, bridges, cocks, barrel and rotor (if present) have been pierced so that only metal that is absolutely necessary for each part’s function remains. Skeletonized parts make it possible to look into (and through) the movement.

Skeletonized Movement

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  1. Jeffrey Leidy says:

    Thank you for the Skelly pics. Would love info on your publication.


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