With their vintage look tracing all the way back to the thundering 1920s, square wristwatches are still today famous for their style and refinement and most brands remember them for their list.
Frederique Constant has as of late extended its Classics assortment with another squared-molded model, the Carrée Automatic.
Accessible in two varieties, in rose gold-plated cleaned tempered steel or in cleaned treated steel, the 30.4 mm x 33.3 mm instance of the Carrée Automatic casings a silver-shaded dial which grandstands the Frederique Constant heartbeat opening at 12 o’clock and the inward functions of the FC-310 type.
Brightened with guilloché subtleties the dial additionally includes rich printed dark Roman numerals on the external edge, and Breguet-style hands.
The transparent back case uncovers the FC-310 type adorned with colimaçon design. Beating at 28,800 vibrations each hour, this automatic development offers a force hold of 38 hours.
Completed by a dark or dim earthy colored calfskin tie, the Frederique Constant Classic Carrée Automatic has a retail cost of Euro 1,195/US$ 1,295 in cleaned treated steel (ref. FC-310MC4S36) or Euro 1,495/US$ 1,595 in rose-gold plated cleaned treated steel (ref. FC-310MC4S34). frederiqueconstant.com