Brand new to the Bardolatry Series is a skeletal mechanical automatic timepiece named “Prospero.” This series is exclusively skeleton watches, and every one of them is named after William Shakespeare’s plays or characters. Stuhrling Original already has a watch called the “Tempest,” an extremely popular piece, which was named after the play “The Tempest.” That is the same play where you can find a character called Prospero, the namesake of our beautiful timepiece. The dial work of the Prospero is the first thing everyone will notice; it features and off-center cut out of the enamel dial to expose the movement beneath! The balance wheel is front and center, clearly seen as it oscillates at 21,600 vph – perfect for keeping accurate time. On top of that, it is all set within an impressive 49mm case design. We know you will love this watch!

  1. James
    07/20/2010 at 6:35 pm

    The only thing I would like to see in the discretion is the length and width of the strap/bracelet.

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