Grand Seiko Elegance

The gradient expressions of light and shadow found in Grand Seiko are based on Japanese aesthetic. Without one, there cannot be the other. The perfectly flat and mirror polished surfaces found on the case design of the 44GS create a sense of harmony between the light and shadow. This principle changed the standard of Grand Seiko design from 1967 forward.

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Grand Seiko Heritage

he Inspired by a Japanese painting technique called Kira-zuri, true to its translation “sparkling painting”, the lustrous dial takes a life of its own. Commonly found in ukiyo-e paintings to create texture to the background of Kabuki actors, the inspired technique adds depth and excitement to the timepiece in movement and light. As with all Grand Seiko models, modern models pave their own path with their own unique characteristics, manufacturing methods and calibers, but in some way, always pay tribute to the past.

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Grand Seiko Sport

In 2016 Seiko created its first all-ceramic case and launched a new collection. This collection shows a new side to Grand Seiko and demonstrates that the Grand Seiko virtues of precision, durability, legibility and beauty are as perfect in a sport watch as they are in every other type of timepiece.

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