Zanetti Vitruvian blue
The Vitruvian Man is a Leonardo da Vinci's pencil and ink drawing made on paper (34x24cm), dated around year 1490 and preserved in the drawing and prints Office of Venice Academy's Galleries. This legendary illustration of the ideal human body's proportions shows how the body can perfectly fit into two 'perfect' figures like a circle and a square.
The research for perfect proportions constitutes the main inspiration of the exquisite Zannetti's Vitruvian dial entirely covered by polychrome trans lucid enamels. A square in scripted in the watch's bezel circle, shiny because of a rhodium treatment, arises from a hand-engraved and hand-enamelled base created with the use of ancient working techniques where the human hand is fundamental and irreplaceable.
|Country of Manufacture||Italy|
|Bracelet Strap||Lousiana Alligator|
|Clasp Type||Double Folding|
|Dial Color||Handmade champlev&etilde; and engraved translucent blue enamel dial.|
|Functions||Hours, Minutes, Seconds|
|Warranty||Full Factory Warranty|