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First came blue, but watchmakers have a new muse: green dials, now found on dressy vintage reissues, modern sport watches and every timepiece in between. There is no single single green, of course, but whether khaki, olive, forest or that hue apparently specific to British race cars, it's a color that effortlessly lends watches a feeling of natural, calming elegance. Here are, six fresh — but not flashy — options worthy of your wrist.
Powered by an American-made quartz movement, Waldan’s throwback design features a green inner dial that lends it a special automotive character.
High-end independent watchmaker H. Moser & Cie. is known for its dial executions as much as its impressive horology — here, its sporty Streamliner shows off both.
Movement: H. Moser & Cie HMC 200 automatic