X-Ray Collection concept:
Technical drawings of mechanical movements are the motif of this collection, displaying an X-ray view of the frozen mechanism.
Israeli watchmaker Itay Noy reveals his latest watch, from the ‘X-Ray’ Collection. This new creation will be introduced at the Basel World Watch and Jewellery show in Basel, Switzerland which is on from the 24th to 31st March.
The watch name is aptly titled, when looking at the face you are given the impression that you are looking at an X-Ray of the internal mechanism, a clever touch reminiscent of a computerised CAD drawing.
For this watch Itay utilises a Swiss manually wound mechanism, the chunky black strap complements the steel case, black and silver as you know are Exclusive’s favorite colours!
Itay Noy will also be launching another collection at Basel World called ‘The Netline’, this is also based upon a similar theme, being a skeleton watch with a grill faced overlay. The Grill overlay is complemented by circular cut outs (exposing the watch mechanism) and intricate etching within the movement.
Both the X-Ray collection and the Netline Collection are individually numbered and part of a limited run of 99 pieces each.
About Itay Noy
Itay Noy (38) has been creating unique high-quality timepieces since 2000. From his studio in Tel Aviv he designs limited edition collections of hand-made watches and clocks.
Displayed in exhibitions around the world, Itay Noy timepieces have been acquired for many collections including:
The C. Bronfman Collection – NY,
The Droog Collection – Amsterdam and
The Collection of The Israel Museum – Jerusalem.
Itay Noy timepieces satisfy the desire for a sublime mixture of unique design and functional perfection.