One of the highest grade Soviet-Era movements that we can source. This pair embodies the signature utilitarian functionality of the Russian aesthetic and the fine, decorative craftsmanship of watchmaking. Hailing from 1960, this cufflink has been given a beautiful polish - a light-catching "GENEVA STRIPES". This is a Swiss technique used by Russian horologists to give their watches a decorative and noticeable finish.
The Cyrillic Gears is an rarer version of this model - the gears and plates are beveled and then engraved with original markings of the manufacturer's name.