This elaborate refinement betrays the experienced hand of the craft specialists who make these small-scale works of art in the firm's own dial manufactory in Pforzheim. In careful, delicate detail work the lacquer is applied and dried in several coats until the precise shade and texture desired are achieved. The same care is taken with all elements of the elaborate dial, as can be seen in the railroad chapter ring, the indexes and numerals, which are finely engraved and galvanised in silver.
Long, slim poire hands in polished white gold make reading the time a visual delight. They glide along their paths above the power reserve and small seconds displays, which are turned deeply into the dial, thus lending additional complexity to the architecture of the watch.