As http://tribecafilm.com” target=”_blank”>Tribeca Film Festival’s “festival partner” for the second year in a row, timepiece maker http://iwc.com” target=”_blank”>IWC Schaffhausen just introduced its Pilot’s Watch Spitfire Chronograph Watch “Tribeca Film Festival 2014” as festivities kick off today in New York City. A truly one of the kind design, the Pilot’s Watch Spitfire Chronograph Edition “Tribeca Film Festival 2014” (Ref. IW387811) is a rather modern take on a IWC Schaffhausen classic. Within the watch’s core is the IWC 89365 calibre mechanical movement, a self-winding marvel capable of water-resistant up to 6 Bars or 200 feet. Armed with a 68-hour power reserve and encased in 18-carat gold, the timepiece features a slate-colored main dial accentuated by twin sub-dial in Bordeaux, references to Old Hollywood’s Red Carpet mystique.
The Pilot’s Watch Spitfire Chronograph Watch “Tribeca Film Festival 2014” will be made available for auction through http://antiquorum.com” target=”_blank”>Antiquorum auction house on Wednesday, April 9th, in New York. Proceeds from its sale will benefit https://tribecafilminstitute.org/” target=”_blank”>Tribeca Film Institute, the non-profit organizer of Tribeca Film Festival.
Auction Date: April 9, 2014 (Wednesday)