Behind the Scenes Have you ever wondered how the watches in Levenaig’s collection are made? This page offers you some glimpses behind the scenes of Levenaig Watches. Below is a selection of snapshots from my little workshop. More images may be added later. This is where it all begins for most of Levenaig’s watches – machining of the short cylinder which will become the main body of the case. A bronze case is being prepared for soldering. Since Holme likes the look of soldered lugs, he is prepared to spend that extra time (and patience) it takes. [watch model: Sulimyr 42] Most watch cases are at one point or another machined in this lathe. Machining of a titanium watch case. [watch model: Gonzag 45] Proper inspection of all machined parts is time-consuming but important work. A dial (almost) ready to be engraved. In this case a Friedrich Deckel pantograph engraver was used. [watch model: Gonzag 45 or Eaign 38] Every watch gets its unique serial number engraved. Every Levenaig watch needs a proper logo! But finding the right settings for the laser can be a little tricky. The first machining step has been completed. But more will follow… Making a Levenaig screw-down crown is one of the more challenging tasks. Especially when it is made of titanium. Even the tiny compression spring inside the crown is manufactured in-house. Appearing from behind the scenes: After many hours of hard work, a new watch is finished and ready to find a new owner. Levenaig’s watches are delivered in wooden boxes (handcrafted by Levenaig Watches, of course).