Nicholas the Wonderworker, Chukotka Autonomous Region

Palekh Watch
315127
195000,00
rub
The monument to Nicholas the Wonderworker in Anadyr is the largest monument to this saint in the world. The monument to the patron of all travelers and sailors in the capital of Chukotka was erected on a high rock above the picturesque Anadyr Estuary in August 2004. The monument was created by the Honored Artist of Russia Sergey Isakov. The total height of the monument is more than 25 m, of which only 10 m is on the surface since most of the pedestal goes into the permafrost. This is due to the peculiarities of the climate of Chukotka — heavy winds.
Model description
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About Palekh painting

Model description

Japanese CAL 9T33 MIYOTA movement. Gold-plated steel case and natural leather strap.

The hand-painted dial is protected from everyday scratches by a water-resistant mineral glass. The timepiece is protected from light rain or drops of water when washing your hands.

The watch is packed in a premium walnut-coloured gift case. The case is made of precious wood and varnished. Inside it is lined with beige flock.

Specifications

Artist: Maksim V. Smirnov

Movement: CAL 9T33 MIYOTA

Case: Stainless steel

Surface finish: Gold plated

Dial: Hand-painted with tempera and gold color, varnish coating, manual polishing

Glas: Mineral

Watch Band: Natural leather

Water resistance: 3 ATM (30 meters)

Size: 41.5 x 6.2 mm

Availability: In stock

About Palekh painting

You can read more about Palekh painting here, and here you can read about the history of the formation and preservation of this type of ancient Russian painting
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