1940s Stowa 'Bauhaus' Dress
What We Fancy
If you’re familiar with us you know we love the Bauhaus design school. Simplicity is often the best form of design. Modern brands like Nomos, modern Stowa, and Junghans use this design well and are popular in today’s market. This Stowa dates to the 1940s and is in excellent mint condition with a clean slate dial, subsidiary seconds, blued stick handset, small bezel, and black Arabic numerals. Very similar to the Nomos Tangente.
Model: Bauhaus Steel Dress
Case: 36mm wide (excluding crown), 44.5mm tall, 9mm thick, all stainless steel, original crown, domed crystal, snap on case back, serial 513xxx
Movement: Unitas cal. 173, manual winding, recently serviced
Bracelet/ Strap: Navy Italian Lambskin (MSRP: $65) & Brown Lizard, 19mm lug width
Features: Clean silver slate dial, black Arabic numerals, blued steel stick handset, subsidiary seconds, snap-on case back, domed crystal, circa the 1940s
Box & Papers: Original tag
Condition: In mint all original condition. The dial is perfect with no defects. The case is unpolished and free of any major dents or scratches. Some smaller superficial scratches when observing up close. The movement has been serviced and keeps accurate time when tested.
Backed by our one-year repair warranty. To trade in your watch towards this purchase or to make arrangements for purchase via wire, check/ cash to save on fees, please send us a message or email.