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SEIKO PRESAGE SHARP EDGED SERIES LIMITED EDITIONS

The Seiko Presage Sharp Edged Series combines traditional mechanical watchmaking with distinctively modern Japanese style. It pairs the lauded refinement of Japanese design with strong, angular cases. The latest Sharp Edged Series models are a pair of limited

SEIKO PRESAGE ARITA PORCELAIN DIAL LIMITED EDITION

Arita, a small town in Kyushu, the third largest island in the southwest of Japan, came to prominence in the early 17th century when clay suitable for porcelain manufacture was discovered there and its porcelain products soon became highly prized in Japan for the high quality of their artistry.

A CLOSER LOOK AT SEIKO’S PRESAGE SHARP EDGED SERIES BY WATCHONISTA

When Grand Seiko spun off as an independent watchmaking house, Presage became Seiko’s most upmarket range of mechanical watches. The level of craftsmanship involved in executing its fine finishes has been recognized by collectors and enthusiasts as an excellent value proposition.

THE TRADITION OF KABUKI THEATER INSPIRES TWO NEW PRESAGE CREATIONS

The dial’s reddish-brown persimmon color is known as Kakiiro, which is a traditional Japanese color that originated with the Ichikawa family who first used it generations ago in their Kabuki costumes. This rich color remains a Kabuki favorite to this day. The dial edge is a darker shade so that the gold color hands and indexes stand out clearly.

SEIKO PRESAGE CRAFTSMANSHIP SERIES ARITA PORCELAIN DIAL

Arita, a small town in Kyushu, the third largest island in the southwest of Japan, came to prominence in the early 17th century when clay suitable for porcelain manufacture was discovered there and its porcelain products soon became highly prized in Japan for the high quality of their artistry.