Ulysse Nardin Create "Year of the Goat" Timepiece

By Paul Joseph

Swiss luxury watchmakers Ulysse Nardin have evolved their Classico Collection for 2015 with a striking new "Year of the Goat" timepiece.

Created using enamel champlevé, the new limited edition Classico Goat timepiece comes with the self-winding, COSC-certified UN-815 movement, visible through its sapphire crystal exhibition window located on the case back.

Billed by its makers as a timepiece of “reliability and quiet beauty”, other notable features include a power reserve of 42 hours and water resistance to 50 metres.

Founded in Le Locle, Switzerland in 1846, Ulysse Nardin has grown to become one of the world’s most famous luxury watchmakers.

Historically, the brand is best known for its manufacture of highly accurate marine chronometers.

By Paul Joseph