Serviced Soviet Slava 26 jewel vintage 1990's graphite dial gold calendar wristwatch


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    This recently acquired timepiece has to be one of the best-preserved Soviet non-military watches we have had the pleasure to offer.

    Manufactured in the former USSR (Second Moscow Watch Factory) in the 1990's, this Slava (Glory) wristwatch features an oversize gold-plated brass case that measures a generous 37mm (1.45") across, excluding crown and lugs.

    The dial is graphite gray, contrasting against gold hour, minute, and center sweep hands, white Roman numerals and both day and quick set date windows at 3 o'clock, all under a bright, clear, domed crystal. Please note the day window on this watch is only in Russian, and the date advances by pushing the button above the crown.

    The recently serviced manual wind 26 jewel movements produced in Russia during this time are considered among the most durable and accurate available and this beauty sets and winds effortlessly, is running strong, and keeping excellent time.

    This excellent timepiece features a screw down back and has been fitted with a new genuine leather 18 mm black strap with stainless buckle.

    Please Note: All of my vintage Soviet watches are serviced and restored by professionals in The Ukraine. Their shops are now shuttered during the conflict there. We hope that peace is restored soon and the courageous Ukrainian people can return to their homes and that we can, once again, offer their products to you.

    Stock Code: S-6


    The history of the SLAVA trademark is directly related to the history of the Second Moscow Watch Factory, which was created in 1924. The first products of the plant were walking clocks, wall clocks, alarm clocks, chess, car and electric clocks. In 1937, the first batch of pocket watches was produced. Watches under the SLAVA brand were created in the second half of the 1950s and soon became the main product of the factory, the second Moscow Watch Factory was proudly renamed to SLAVA.

    SLAVA watches have repeatedly received gold medals at exhibitions in Brno and Leipzig, exported to England, France, Canada. A number of Swiss, French, German watch companies bought Slava mechanisms from Russia for the production of their own products.

    We are Stonehenge Watch Company and have been selling vintage timepieces and new watches on the internet for over 16 years with hundreds of happy, satisfied, often repeat customers.

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