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what is the scroll work decoration on a skeleton watch movement called, is it frolage, or something like this?
 

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I think Perlage is the machine work that is done on Rotors, Clasps, but what he is talking about is on the movement mount on the Skelly Don. At least thats how I read it anyways!
 

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tattoo chef wrote:
i could be wrong but i think the term is "perlage"..........
Yea, that's it, I was close but no cigar, Thanks!
 

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No it was called chasing, I was questioning about the scrolled like patterns usually on the bridge and other stationary parts, but thanks, your answer helped me find much more.
 

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see this...

Watch Freeks > General Watch Discussions > General Watch Discussions > Watch School 101 > How to judge the finish of an exhibition case mechanical watch movement.
 
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