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Thomas Earnshaw Gent's Grand Calendar Automatic Watch with Genuine Leather Strap
The timeless Grand Calendar watch features a stunning three-hand skeleton dial, textured leather strap and contrast IP plated case in gold or rose gold.
Features and Specifications
- MOVEMENT: Automatic Skeleton
- WATER RESISTANCE: 5ATM Water Resistant up to 50m / 164ft – Suitable for everyday wear and swimming, but not for poolside diving, snorkelling or water sports
- CASE: IP Plated Stainless Steel
- CASE DIAMETER: 41mm
- STRAP: Genuine Leather
- FUNCTIONS: Hours, Minutes and Seconds / Month, Day and Date / Skeleton Dial
- WARRANTY: 2 Years
- 1 x Thomas Earnshaw Gent's Grand Calendar Automatic Watch with Genuine Leather Strap
- 1 x Warranty Card
- 1 x Instruction Manual
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About the Brand
About the Brand: Thomas Earnshaw
Thomas Earnshaw is revered as a legend and pioneer in the field of Horology. Born in Manchester, England in 1749, he was celebrated for his work in refining, and improving upon the Marine Chronometers of the era. It was those Marine Chronometers, crucial to the journeys taken by the boats in the Royal Navy as they circled the globe during a golden era in English history of science and exploration.
None more so than Chronometer no. 506, carried by HMS Beagle which carried Charles Darwin on his journey around the world to inspire his breakthrough study of evolution, "On the Origin of Species".
Lauded for his work with marine chronometers, Earnshaw also embraced the challenge of developing clocks for use in Observatories such as those in Greenwich and Armagh and examples of his exquisite work can be seen in museums and auction houses around the world. It is this pioneering spirit to further the science of horology, coupled with a drive for excellence in craftsmanship that is at the heart of the Earnshaw timepiece making it the perfect addition to any watch collection.