Ole Mathiesen wins The Classic Danish Desing Prize 2004

Gerard Nijenbrinks
October 26, 2004
Ole Mathiesen wins The Classic Danish Desing Prize 2004

Today, 26 October 2004, Ole Mathiesen from Copenhagen, Denmark, has won the 2004 Classic Danish Design prize with a watch model which he produces since 1962.


Just like 42 years ago, this watch now comes in two variations, the OMB1 and the OMB2, with with roman numerals and index markers – both with a mechanical (hand winding) movement.

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Gerard Nijenbrinks

Gerard has been in the watch industry for over two decades now. He owned a watch shop in The Hague, The Netherlands, and besides that he has journalistic and photographic activities in the field of watches. Collecting watches since he... read more

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