This is the first time I've seen a design so focused on the hands, but I come to expect being surprised when it comes to watch designs from what I consider the most creative brands. Angular Momentum
has created a new line of timepieces with a model that has you fixed on the hands that remind me of San Francisco's pyramid-like Transamerica building - with appealing skeletonized hands. They are large and proud making you forget most of the hour indicators are absent. This new Grand Feu watch collection presents this model with a slightly domed copper dial for the white mail face. On the face is a single diamond resting at the 12 o'clock hour marker, which is needed to keep the watch face oriented properly (so you can at least hope to tell the time).
The gold case used is Angular Momentum's standard design, but looking nice with a gold color. Most of the time they prefer steel cases (often with diamonds). I consider the design of the watch to be quite poignant actually, with what I anticipate is a great compliment with most wardrobe articles on almost any wrist. Imagine the statement that wearing a watch like with will give. Very impressive, and Angular Momentum considers it part of their "sophisticated watch line." Inside is likely an automatic mechanical movement, and the strap is black alligator.
Ariel Adams publishes the watch review site