Limited to 500 pcs. Dial handmade and watch assembled in Paris.
Hilma af Klint is a Swedish painter, pioneer of abstract art.
It is only forty years after her death that her paintings were revealed to the public at a major exhibition in Los Angeles in 1985. Inspired by theosophy, this artwork titled The Swan No. 17, represents the union of opposites, central theme of the artist.
This model fits any interchangeable straps in 18mm.
- Dial: Fine Art prints edited for 500 pcs
- Strap: Braided perlon - Size 18mm
- Quartz Movement: Japanese Miyota
- Glass: Mineral
- Case: Stainless steel 316L
- Dimensions: 35x26x8mm
- Water resistance: 3ATM
European Union : Free delivery for any order above 50€
International (outside EU) : Delivery times and costs may vary depending on the country of destination.
Return possible within 21 days from receiving the package
At LAPS, we commit to create original watches with eclectic inspirations. The Signature collection is a window on the world where many aesthetic universes meet to be unveiled on your wrist.
More than a simple watch, each edition is a story that reveals a part of your personality.
The dials of the Signature collection are drawn in limited series, as is the edition of photographs in art gallery. Each watch comes in a box with its booklet carrying a unique number that certifies its authenticity.
Fine Art prints
To obtain a high-end reproduction quality, all of our prints come from a known Parisian photographic laboratory. The printing of the dials is carried out on a professional paper made of natural fibers famous for its quality and keeping great colors over time.
From the laboratory to our parisian workshop, the dials are carefully hand shaped by our teams. Each Signature watch is assembled by a professional partner.
Since 2018, LAPS has been certified by the city of Paris for its business local approach. This label promotes products made in the capital of France and demonstrates the excellence and diversity of Parisian crafts.