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Macho Palladium 950

Discovered by William Hyde Wollastone in 1803, palladium has been primariily used in jewellery since then. Belonging to the platinum family and twenty times rarer than gold, palladium has become the basic material for this new collection from Ulysse Nardin. The models in this collection are imbued with classicism in terms of their shape and their aesthetic appeal. The dial reveals the power-reserve system in which both the underlying disc and the hand move, along with oversized small seconds. Water-resistant to 50 metres.
Watch type: Mechanical
Watch year: 2006

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