Portuguese Hand-Wound Eight Days “75th Anniversary” Unique Piece For Revolution
— In tribute to their close relationship, IWC presented Revolution with a unique Portuguese model to be auctioned in aid of Smile Asia.
There’s nothing better than a good looking watch, but if you auction off a unique Portuguese watch for charity then things become just that much sweeter. The IWC have made a Portuguese Hand-Wound Eight Days watch for Revolution and will be auctioning it off to the highest bidder, but in aid of Smile Asia.
Smile Asia is an international alliance of charities that provide free surgery to children with facial deformities.
“In addition to commemorating the 10th anniversary of Revolution, as well as the established partnership and friendship between IWC and Revolution, this auction is closely aligned with our company’s social responsibility efforts as all proceeds of sale go to a good cause, benefiting children with needs. The Portuguese Hand-Wound Eight Days Edition ‘75th Anniversary’ features the purist design of the original Portuguese and forges an important link with the origins of this iconic watch family, further augmenting the significance of the collaboration,” said Mr Matthieu Dupont, Managing Director of IWC South East Asia.
The unique timepiece is an extremely rare single-watch edition from the Swiss watch manufacturer. It is based on IWC’s acclaimed Portuguese Hand-Wound Eight Days Edition ‘75th Anniversary’, which was produced to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Portuguese watch family. This classic design is one of the main reasons that the IWC Portuguese is considered a true icon in the world of watchmaking.
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