Rado remains in touch with its illustrious past by breathing new life into its 1957 icon, the Golden Horse
In an age when watches are traditionally cast in precious metals like gold and platinum, Rado took a massive leap with the Golden Horse by casting it in stainless steel. The risk paid off at the time, setting the watch apart from its competition by successfully combining practicality with fashionable style.
Fast forward to 2019, the new generation Golden Horse has every intention of repeating its success to date as a fashionable yet functional fashion essential. With no unnecessary accoutrements – just functional basics such as the ombre effect crimson and black curved dial and printed calf leather strap, the new limited edition Golden Horse stays true to the original. To commemorate its brilliant legacy dating all the way back to 1957, Rado inserted two gold-coloured seahorses on top of the crimson dial.