Proudly made in Japan, the Seiko Presage Craftsmanship Series features dials brought to life by masters of traditional Japanese techniques.
Arita Porcelain Dial
A dial made with Japan’s first porcelain, Arita porcelain, which has a history of over 400 years.
Its strength has been enhanced through newly developed materials while retaining its traditional charms such as its soft sheen.
The enamel dial was also used for the Laurel, Japan’s first wristwatch.
The texture of enamel captures a feeling of warmth from its unique, soft sheen.
The dial appearance that retains its beautiful color tones that continue to delight the eyes of the wearer.
An Urushi dial created by applying multiple layers of lacquer made from the sap of the Urushi tree.
It features a glossy deep black color, which is the origin of the word “shikkoku” (Urushi black).
Shippo Enamel Dial
Shippo enamel is a porcelain that is said to be as beautiful as the seven treasures. Gradations with unique depth and richness are produced through repeated applications of glaze and firing, and the sheen and shine are created by polishing after firing.