Arnold & Son was among the first watchmakers to develop a contemporary style in skeletonization, and the aesthetic of the Nebula Lady indeed plays on the transparency made possible by skeletonization, but also the arrangement of the different movement parts. The silvered palladium mainplate and the red gold bridges form a "mechanical dial" inside which the components are set out in complete symmetry, with the two barrels at 10 o'Clock and at 2 o'clock, small seconds at 7 o'clock and the sprung balance at 5 o'clock. The effect is enhanced by the position of certain bridges that radiate inwards for a contemporary take on traditional English movement architecture. Markers and hands are given a black treatment that provides contrast for easy read-off.
HM Perpetual Moon Gold