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Press Release

Introducing The New Garrick Regulator With A Choice Of Engine Turned Dials

Dec 10, 2018

Once again, Garrick showcases fine British craftsmanship with stylish aplomb.

Garrick, the Nofolk-based watchmaker, once again, showcases British craftsmanship by offering its popular ‘Regulator’ with a remarkable handcrafted dial. The dial is adorned with an intricate motif formed using a rose engine lathe, imbuing the surface with a wondrous depth and three-dimensional allure. The work is undertaken in Great Britain by a time-served artisan, reinforcing Garrick’s belief that its home nation is a haven of peerless craftsmanship.

Engine-turned dials are created using a rose-engine lathe. Different cams are used to influence the behaviour of the cutting-head which in turn infuses the dial surface with glorious patterns. While the lathe is referred to as an ‘engine’, no electrical or mechanical power is used, merely the careful application of hand pressure to a rotating wheel. The creation of each dial proves labour intensive but the resultant surface justifies the effort.

Now, Garrick is pleased to unveil a series of new engine-turned dials for its Regulator model. The new Regulator dials bristle with modernity. The circular barleycorn motif emanates from the centre, steadily increasing in size, enriching the dial vista with a lustrous and dynamic appearance.

The separate indications of hours, minutes and seconds are presented in black and contrast beautifully with the silver hued dial. The movement is inverted with the balance wheel located at 10 o’clock. The openworked balance bridge allows the wearer to see the balance in flight, oscillating to and fro. A partial view of the centre wheel provides a reminder that the gear train sits just below the dial surface, efficiently transferring energy from the spring barrel.

With its fastidiously polished British case, expertly finished hand wound modified Unitas movement and engine-turned dial, this Garrick timepiece showcases superb craftsmanship. Indeed, there is nothing regular about the Garrick Regulator and its engine-turned dial.

Garrick timepieces are handcrafted in our Norfolk workshop by master watchmakers Craig Baird.

 

Specification:

Case – 42mm 940l Stainless steel with a choice of finishes.

Dial – Silver engine turned base in a choice of patterns and finishes.

Hands – Handmade steel hands, frosted, polished or heat blued.

Movement – Modified Unitas 6497 with screwed balance and unique gear train.

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