A quick question for you TWATs or WISs:
I've heard mention of snowflake dials, particularly in regard to Tudor watches.
I can see that the hands on some models of Tudor watches have a bit of a snowflake shape (see here for example), but the reference to the snowflake dial leaves me a bit puzzled.
Am I confusing myself, and there is nothing snowflake-like about the dial, and the reference to "snowflake dial" is simply to a dial which belonged to a watch with snowflake hands, which is sometimes referred to as a "snowflake Tudor"?
Or is there something special about the dial itself?
Apologies in advance for the undoubtedly foolish question.
"snowflake Tudor" refers to the snowflake shaped hour hand.
As for the snowflake dial, you must be talking about the GS SBGA011 that was discussed in TWAT not that long ago.