The owner of the Graham Silverstone RS Skeleton gets a dial-side view of the gear wheel and other parts of the shaded gray and rhodium-plated movement, which has a frequency of 28,800 vph, 29 jewels and a 46-hour power reserve. A porthole-like aperture in the caseback at 10 o’clock shows off the movement’s escapement and balance wheel. The movement also features decorative finishing and a rotor with hand-drawn strokes and a snailed external segment. Its balance bridge and plates are openworked.
The watch is available in three “racing team” color schemes — red, green, and blue — with the colors used for the knurled aluminum ring, the chronograph hands and the racing stripe on the strap. Each version is limited to 250 pieces, and sells for $14,580.