Arkhyz, Karachay-Cherkess Republic

Palekh Watch
Arkhyz is a village in the Zelenchuksky district of Karachay-Cherkessia, located in the basin of the Bolshoy Zelenchuk River. In the Arkhyz region there are several peaks popular with climbers. Ascents to these peaks are classified by the second or third categories of difficulty. The "mountainous region of Arkhyz" includes the upper part (upstream) of the Bolshoy Zelenchuk gorge and its tributaries, including the settlements of Arkhyz and Nizhniy Arkhyz. The village is located at the bottom of a large basin, on a river terrace at an altitude of 1450−1500 m above sea level.
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About Palekh painting

Model description

Swiss CAL 1660K RONDA movement. Steel case with a chromed finish 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.


Artist: Natal'ya V. Kornilova

Movement: CAL 1660OK RONDA

Case: Stainless steel

Surface finish: Chrome 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: 34,5 x 8 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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