With a 750 yellow gold version of the Teutonia IV Moon Phase limited to only 100 pieces, family-owned company Mühle-Glashütte literally created shining moments at this year’s Inhorgenta Munich. The case has a moderate diameter of 41mm and is water-resistant to 100 meters.
It features a matte black dial with applied, gold-plated indices and lancet-shaped hour, minute, and seconds hands. Their lengths are perfectly coordinated with the clearly defined minute track with gold-colored second and minute numerals.
The highlight of this watch is the color-coded moon-phase indicator, which rotates at six o’clock. The watch is driven by the caliber SW 280-1 in the Mühle version and equipped with the patented Woodpecker neck regulator and a customized rotor. After finishing and assembling its parts in Glashütte, the automatic movement is tested in six positions and adjusted so that the rate values are between 0 and +8 seconds per day.
Pricing for the Mühle-Glashütte Teutonia IV Moon Phase is marked at approximately $12,600 when converted in USD.
To learn more, visit Mühle-Glashütte, here.