Two Unique H. Moser Watches with Dials Designed by Children for Charity “Room To Read”

Founded in 2000, Room to Read is a non-benefit association helping kids in Asia and Africa to gain admittance to the schooling they merit. In the edge of their various activities to help Room to Read, H. Moser & Cie. requested the children from two classes accepting instructive help in India and Sri Lanka to make drawings. Among all the representations, those of Arif from Mumbai and Kasun living in Sri Lanka were picked to be highlighted on unique pieces that will be unloaded for charity.

The two unique pieces are white gold Endeavor Center Seconds Automatic models. The children’s drawings were steadfastly repeated by a smaller than normal canvas craftsman on the dial. The presentation casebacks uncover the automatic type HMC 200 and are engraved with the Room to Read and Unique Piece subtitles. The dial highlighting Arif’s drawing is combined with an earthy colored kudu (eland calfskin) lash, while the one including Kasun’s delineation is coordinated with a dark kudu strap.

The two unique pieces will be sold during the two gathering pledges occasions coordinated by Room to Read in London on October 3rd (Kasun’s plan) and Zurich on November 9th (Arif’s plan). Room to Read will commit a Sri Lankan youngsters’ book and a library in India to the separate purchasers of the unique timepieces.

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