Latin Flare: Cuervo y Sobrinos
Cuervo y Sobrinos, the Swiss watch brand with Latin heritage, has distilled the brand’s spirit into its new skeletonised Historiador Squelette.
The steel case recalls the curves of a sketch found in the abandoned Havana workshops in the late 1940s. True to its art deco’s roots, the timepiece has a unique design for the dial and for the special decoration on the movement.
The skeletonised version of the Historiador has everything a watch lover could want—the beauty and transparency of a fine Swiss automatic movement, the oscillating weight decorated, personalised with “Squelette and “Cuervo y Sobrinos” engravings and the skeletonised dial finely decorated and perforated.
The Historiador Squelette has hours and minutes hands with Superluminova, central second in red color and features an elegant black Louisiana Alligator strap.
This watch is the ultimate in art deco sophistication, a sophisticated and exclusive design making it inimitable with a Latin heritage from Havana since 1882.