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Tudor is having its second golden anniversary in successive years – 50 years of the snowflake hands last year, and now the 50th year of the chronograph.
A truly versatile watch in endless variations - whatever you fancy, there's a vintage Tudor Oyster for you!
Delve into the history of dial design and the elements that make up some of the most famous watch faces of our time. In this part: gilt dials.
Ross Povey receives a number of emails from Canadian Navy divers whose invaluable information has helped shaped his research on Tudor military watches.