Itay Noy is an independent timepiece maker with highly-exclusive designs. Itay Noy watches are consistently sought after as the epitome of watchmaking craftsmanship. Itay Noy hand-crafts stunning timepieces designed with aesthetic mechanisms and distinguished readability. These luxury watches illustrate Itay Noy’s attention-to-detail. The passion behind every hand-crafted timepiece cannot be overlooked. It features subtle visuals of the inner gears along with bold numerals and a power reserve indicator. Searching for authentic Itay Noy watches for sale might be difficult without help. Let Exquisite Timepieces guide you. If you are looking for Itay Noy watches for sale, Exquisite Timepieces can connect you. Exquisite Timepieces is an Itay Noy authorized dealer.
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Brand Review: Itay Noy Watches
Itay Noy watches are created with a sublime blend of unique design and functional perfection. All of them are built around ETA calibers, among them are the ubiquitous 2824 and 6498. Here are two of the most appreciated recent collections:
1. The Part-Time
Displayed at Baselworld 2015, Itay Noy’s Part-Time watch was available in four color schemes, limited to 24 pieces each. The concept behind the watch is simple yet interesting: The dial is divided by a verticle line into two temporal segments, one for day and the other for the night. During the daytime, only the ‘day’ side is active and vice versa. It was priced at $4,800.
2. Reorder Watch
Launched this year only, the Reorder watch series consists of a dial which is reorganized into two contrasting displays. There are traditional analog hands in the center and around them there are 4 triangles of 12 digits indicating the hours. The digits seem scattered randomly over the dial but are logically revealed in counter-clockwise order. Apparently, this new order of display challenges the traditional way to read the time. The watch is available in 3 colors and priced at $6,800.
Who is Itay Noy?
Born in 1972, Itay Noy is a contemporary Israeli artist and timepiece-maker. He is graduated in fine arts with a BFA degree from the jewelry department of Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, followed by an M.Des. degree from the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands.