Guilloché Arabic

Available in two sizes: 43 mm or 45 mm - Price from 2,075.00 Euro



manufactured watch case

wristwatches in vintage pocket-watch design

43 mm or 45  mm diameter

50 mm or 52 mm lug to lug

22 mm strap wide

10.4 mm or 14.45 mm thickness total (incl. crystal)

watch case made of stainless steel 

5 ATM WR (50 m)

Swiss made manual wind movement (based on ETA Unitas 6498-2)

17 Jewels

21.600 A/h beats per hour

power reserve 60 h

Fine adjusted in 5 positions

Precision -2/+8 sec/day, after casing

Properly refined according to highest watchmaking standards

genuine 925/000 Sterling silver dial

guilloché pattern

heat-blued steel hands

Domed and anti-reflected sapphire glass on front

Sapphire display case back

Stainless steel clasp

Watch straps made of genuine Louisiana alligator skin or Cordovan Leather

Shipped in an attractive travel Leather case

anti-shock proof (DIN standard 8308)

antimagnetic 4,800 A (DIN standard 8309)


**** free shipping worldwide***


Delivery time within 4 weeks


Price (NET excluded VAT):

Guilloche Arabic Basic with Cordovan Leather strap * 2,075.00 Euro

*Upgrade Top Grade Movement  + 800.00 Euro


Extras: (Please click on the text for more informations):

genuine alligator skin strap + 75.00 Euro

Change to straight crown * free of charge

Folding clasp + 75.00 Euro

43 mm rose gold plated watch case (very robust PVD plating) + 200.00 Euro

Large presentation-wooden box + 300.00 Euro


The front

The art of guilloché, named after the Frenchman Guillot, is one of the greatest moments in watchmaking. Invented in the 16th century, the craft was further developed by guilloché machines in the 17th century. With guilloché, the dial or movement is clamped and a pattern is engraved using the guilloché machine. The guilloché machine is operated like a lathe and the pattern is applied in the form of a snail. The watchmaker has to be very careful so that the pattern can be applied to the material down to the smallest detail. Depending on how the guilloché machine is constructed and operated, different patterns can be produced. They were made famous by Abraham Louis Breguet, purveyor to the French court at the time, who built his pocket watches exclusively with engine-turned dials and blued steel hands in the middle of the 18th century. Since 1900, however, the craft of guilloching has almost died out. To evoke the tradition of guilloché, Tourby offers the “guilloché” models. However, the patterns are engraved onto the 925/000 sterling silver dial using state-of-the-art CNC milling machines. The dials are available with either Roman or Arabic numerals. Matching the dial, all models have temperature-blued "Breguet" steel hands based on 250 years of tradition and form.


The case back

You can admire the finely decorated Swiss hand-wound movement on the case back through the sapphire crystal. The solid Unitas raw movement is elaborately finished and upgraded in our factory. The top grade version is particularly beautiful with skeletonization, perlage, snail cut, double Glashütte sunburst and blued swan neck fine adjustment. 
(The picture shows the top grade movement)


Even if it looks less professional on a official website, you can only see the quality of the watches from live-pictures. All watches look great on official product images. Even the cheap ones. But in order to get an accurate feeling of the watches, you have to hold them in your hand. These often have a completely different effect. However, since our customers mostly order online and cannot view the watches beforehand, our pictures must be as authentic as possible.

Rosé gold plated

We also offer this model with a rose gold-plated case. Gold plating is an extremely robust PVD coating that is resistant to scratches and sweat, so that you can enjoy it for a lifetime.

The Basic Movement

The Base movements comes free of extra charge. Choose your favorite.


The silver version is sand blasted and has a skeletonized balance bridge, blued screws and skeletonized winding wheels.


The gold version is sand blasted and has a skeletonized balance bridge, blued screws and skeletonized winding wheels.


The black version is sand blasted and has a skeletonized balance bridge and skeletonized winding wheels.


The rhodium-plated version is finely decorated with Cotes de Geneve, blued screws and finished winding wheels.

The Top Grade Movement

The Top Grade movement is only available at an additional cost (from + 800 euros).

Top Grade

The basis for our Top Grade movement is the Swiss ETA Unitas 6498-2. The ebauche is completely finely finished in our manufactory with skeletonization, snail grinding, perlage, bevelled edges, blued screws, double sunburst wheels and a blued swan-neck fine adjustment. The movement is also technically upgraded with a longer power reserve and a Glucydur chronometer balance.

Rhodium Plated

The rhodium-plated version is included. Rhodium has a special shine and its beauty can hardly be surpassed.

Gold Plated

We can offer the movement in different colors for an additional charge. The movement is gold-plated in yellow or rose gold. We can temperature blue and skeletonize the winding wheels as a contrast.

Hand Engraved

For an additional charge, we can engrave the movement completely or only partially by hand, just as you wish.

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