Poljot International Nicholas II

Gilted casing w/ titanium band

By 1997, Poljot International was already well established in Germany when they added the new Nicholas II chronograph to their line of watches.

This particular model is a little different from what you see in the catalogues, as the case is identical to a ca. 1997 Poljot case, and the dial is also a modified version of a Poljot dial. Of course, the reverse could also be true and the Poljot branded chronographs could have been original produced for Pojlot International.

Whatever the case may be, this is an all around beautiful chronograph.

Unique horizontal Geneva striping

To this date, something we have yet to see any of the Russian chronographs is Geneva striping, and on this particular movement we see a rarely applied horizontal Geneva striping.