Redentore is inspired by the masterpiece of the famous Venetian architect Andrea Palladio (1508-1580), father of the Neoclassical style. The classic and minimalist design embodies the ideals of the Serenissima Republic, combining tradition, research and innovation. Diamond cut indices beautifully decorate the dial while the shining surgical stainless steel case is hand polished.
CASE: Ø36mm, Stainless Steel MOVEMENT: Automatic CAL.MV145 (undecorated version) CRYSTAL: Antireflective Domed Sapphire Glass BEZEL: Stainless Steel WR: 10ATM = 100mt STRAP: Milanese Band WARRANTY: Two Year International Warranty
The Redentore case is characterized by its classic shapes and above all by the double finish. The deep satin and the polish finishes are obtained through the use of special brushes by skilled craftsmen who finish each individual surface through a completely manual process. Several handmade steps are required to achieve a homogeneous result that passes the internal quality control process.
This special finish has lines all intersecting at the same point, which makes the component resemble sun rays, ensuring an elegant and modern look. To further embellish the dial, diamond cut indexes applied by hand by skilled craftsmen have been manufactured.
Il Redentore, is a 16th-century church located on Giudecca (island) in the sestiere of Dorsoduro, in the city of Venice, Italy. It was designed by the architect Andrea Palladio and built as a votive church to thank God for the deliverance of the city from a major outbreak of the plague. A depiction of the building is engraved on the caseback to pay homage to the famous architect.
A gracefully shaped bezel was designed for the Redentore 36mm collection, decorated with a handmade polished finish. This component is finally applied to the stainless steel case, finished by hand with deep polished and satin details.
Every strap we offer is handcrafted in Italy and treated with an environmentally friendly tanning process, which provides the leather with an unparalleled look. We use only the best raw materials available: leather from Tuscany, which boasts a secular tradition in this field. Great attention is paid to the quality of the hides employed.
The Milanese mesh bracelet is the perfect combination of Italian style and metalworking art. Every single steel mesh is handcrafted, cut, folded and then assembled to create a solid yet elegant spiral. A perfect fit on the wrist is guaranteed, in fact, this bracelet is equipped with a sliding clasp which offers an extremely comfortable fit.