I used to think it was clever to confuse comedy with tragedy. Now I wish I could distinguish them. John le Carré
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What you do may not be so important, but it is very important that you do it well. (my variation of a saying by Gandhi)
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MF Wrote:To my thinking it depends on the watch, and the totality of the design. Aside from principles of design (proportion, harming, etc.) a good design can be evocative and emotionally connotative.For that reason, I like the white dial Yacht Club chrono -to me it evokes the romance of sailing. And I like the white dial platinum Portofino moon phase: the contrast accents the clean lines of a simple, classic design. But also I strongly prefer black dialed pilots' watches, except for my brown St.Ex chrono. And a pure white dial on a Da Vinci chrono wouldn't cut it at all for me.
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flyrobyfly36 Wrote:A guilloché dial (real guilloché) looks often better in white than in any other color.
Paul Bloemen Wrote in reply to:flyrobyfly36 Wrote:A guilloché dial (real guilloché) looks often better in white than in any other color.Are there different (real and not real) guilloche dials? What is the difference? The Wikipedia was not very clear on this. But I saw mentioning something alike somewhere else without explanation.Kind regards,Paul
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clepsydra Wrote:I am sure I will be told how wrong I am. :-))
clepsydra Wrote:...I find them dull, flat (without depth) and, in general, more difficult to read, with the surface of the dial reflecting all visible wavelengths of the spectrum of visible light...
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