Weekly Watch Photo: Christiaan van der Klaauw Ceres 1974

Several years prior I began with the Weekly Watch Photo, after I unearthed a few stunning photographs of similarly excellent watches. The most recent year, or eighteen months, the Weekly Watch Photo isn't Weekly any longer, notwithstanding while at the same time perusing a gathering I discovered a splendid photograph of a watch made by the Dutch watchmaker Christiaan van der Klaauw. This is the Ceres 1974 and in spite of the fact that it is likely the most moderate model of the ...

Weekly Watch Photo: Christiaan van der Klaauw Ceres 1974

Several years prior I began with the Weekly Watch Photo, after I unearthed a few stunning photographs of similarly excellent watches. The most recent year, or eighteen months, the Weekly Watch Photo isn’t Weekly any longer, notwithstanding while at the same time perusing a gathering I discovered a splendid photograph of a watch made by the Dutch watchmaker Christiaan van der Klaauw. This is the Ceres 1974 and in spite of the fact that it is likely the most moderate model of the brand, it looks totally great.

The photographic artist who made these staggering photographs is Tony, who’s photographs have highlighted in our Weekly Watch Photo more than once. A comparative watch was offered available to be purchased in the TZ-UK.com deals discussion , and Tony posted his photograph of precisely the same watch, just to show how extraordinarily delightful this watch really is. The current Christiaan van der Klaauw assortment only focusses on watches with a cosmic complication, similar to this Ceres 1974 with a moon stage indication.

Christiaan van der Klaauw, brought into the world in Leiden, Netherlands, in 1944, isn’t that dynamic in his own company any longer. Since quite a while Daniel Reintjes runs the company and is liable for a full make-over of the whole assortment. Presently all Christiaan van der Klaauw watches include the CvdK logo at 12 and Roman numerals for hour markers, on the upper piece of the dial. We did a full review on Christiaan van der Klaauw when he praised his 40th commemoration with a commemorative piece .

Now right away, here’s the remainder of Tony’s photographs. Coincidentally, Tony publishes his photographs at  halfpastthehour , so make a point to bounce over and have a look.