Pocket watch MOLNIJA 3602 hand-painted unique forest Russian mechanical watch
- Russian mechanical pocket watch hand-painted by the manufacturer MOLNIJA.
- 18 ruby ??stones, manual wind, anchor escapement
- Heavy nickel silver case
- On the back cover a beautiful picture, hand-painted (signed by the painter) on porcelain
- A rare collector's item!
This clock is unique and brings with it a great achievement by the artist.
On the back cover a beautiful picture hand painted (signed by the painter) on porcelain - a reduced copy of the well-known Russian painter of the 19th century. Century Ivan Aiwazovsky 1817-1900.
We assure you that this watch is not from mass production, but from a small limited edition of approx. 100 pieces and that this model cannot be found in any jewelry store.
A rare Russian mechanical pocket watch branded "MOLNIJA" GOST 10733-98
A real collector's item made from old stock items (NOS, New Old Stock). Mechanical quality movement, as it is no longer manufactured in this price range.
Year of manufacture: 2000
The original MOLNIJA papers with a short instruction manual are in Russian, German, English and French.
Standard plastic packaging - original from MOLNIJA is included in the scope of delivery.
3602 Molnija caliber, manual wind, 18 jewels, Breguet spiral balance, balance escapement oscillation 18000, power reserve when fully wound: 38+ hours
Time display: hours / minutes / seconds
INDICATORS | SHOW:
Small seconds at position 6
Polished nickel silver, plastic glass, diameter: 50mm (with crown 60mm), height: 15mm, hand-painted porcelain plate on the back cover
Dial: white, hands: black-colored steel, digits: raised gold, indices / scales: black
The Molnija 3602, which was produced for almost fifty years, between 1960 and 2008.
It goes back to the Cortebert 616 produced in Switzerland in the 30s / 40s, the machines of which were probably then sold to Russia.
In the course of time, this work has been modified several times, above all the construction height has increased by over a millimeter, and the decoration became more and more economical, until at the end almost no decorative cuts or other decorations were applied.