Reach for the Stars: Antaria in Rose Gold
The name for this particular watch is derived from the brightest star in the constellation Scorpio: Antares. With its bright reddish brilliance, it is visible from Earth to the naked eye. This same brilliance is mirrored in the rose gold model of the Antaria family, which radiates warmth, elegance and style.
Together with a smaller star which orbits it, Antares forms a double galaxy. A family of watches named after Antares therefore simply has to have a model with a small second.
When someone asks the time, we normally give it in hours and minutes. A small second hand slips discreetly into the background as we register the most important ﬁgures indicating the time. On the other hand, for reasons of easy readability, Mühle-Glashütte did not want to do without this indicator entirely. After all, the rate of the second hand tells us at a glance that the watch is functioning reliably. Thus the relevance and significance of the small second comes into its own.
The Antaria Small Second collection features subtle dial designs, highly polished cases and a small date display to provide everything you’d need at a glance for accurate time-keeping and aesthetic balance. The rose gold bezel, hands and batons set against an elegant anthracite/grey dial lends a warmth to this classical timepiece.
Movement: SW 260-1, automatic; Mühle version with woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor and characteristic surface ﬁnishes. Stop-second. Fast date correction. 38-hr power reserve.
Case: Brushed/polished stainless steel. With a gold-plated bezel (10 Micron). Anti-glare sapphire crystal. Transparent case back. Screw-in crown. Ø 42.0 mm; H 11.5 mm. Water-resistant to 5 bars.
Strap: Russia leather strap with stainless steel butterfly clasp. Screwed strap attachment bridges.
Dial: Anthracite. With gold-plated numerals and hands. Super-LumiNova coated hands.