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Glashütte Original adds fiery dégradé dial colors to its Sixties family of timepieces

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Swatch Group’s luxury German watchmaker Glashütte Original is following up on the success of its Sixties family of watches, which launched last year in green, with a vivid pair of orange and red models for 2019.

There will be a three handed model and one with a panoramic date, both using bold burnt orange textured dégradé dials that the company says represents the freedom and courageousness in art, culture, politics and society of the sixties.

Starting from a golden yellow at the centre, the color flows across the curved surface, changing to fiery orange and red before reaching the black perimeter.

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The dégradé effect is highly technical and was achieved by Glashütte’s own dial factory in Pforzheim. Two new movements were also developed in house for the watches.

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