Seiko 2220-3560 from 1976 (Solid 885 Silver Case, Original Tag, Buckle and Strap)
Presenting the remarkable Seiko 2220-3560, an exquisite timepiece that effortlessly blends classic design with modern allure, now available for those who appreciate the fusion of elegance and functionality.
Crafted with a solid 885 silver case and adorned with a glossy minimalist black dial, the Seiko 2220-3560 evokes reminiscent sentiments of the new Must De Cartier Tank WSTA0072. The thoughtful use of 885 silver for the case strikes an ideal balance, delivering substantial weight and presence without the premium associated with solid white gold or platinum timepieces.
With a slender profile of a mere 7mm, this watch, conceived in the 70s, stands as an epitome of ultra-thin horology, maintaining its relevance and sophistication even in contemporary times.
Driving this horological gem is the 24 Jewels calibre 2220, beating at 28,800 beats per hour. The absence of a seconds hand and restrained dial printing contribute to the watch's clean aesthetic, embodying a sense of timeless simplicity.
In pristine condition, this watch bears the lightest storage marks on its case, preserving its pristine appearance. The dial and hands remain untouched by the passage of time, while the crystal stands resolute, unmarred by imperfections.
This exquisite timepiece is accompanied by its original price tag, strap, and buckle, a testament to its authenticity and provenance. Notably, a brand new handmade crocodile leather strap graces the watch, seamlessly marrying luxury with comfort.
In consideration of privacy and exclusivity, the serial number has been discreetly concealed in the accompanying photo.
Allow us to share the vital specifications of this remarkable timepiece:
- Case Width: 25mm
- Lug to Lug: 38mm
- Thickness: 7mm
- Lug Width: 19mm