The Tudor Oyster is the genetic heart of the brand’s watches. They first started to appear in 1946 and were housed in 34mm steel Oyster cases.
The name Oyster is inspired by the shellfish that lives its life underwater and Wilsdorf designed a system that would hermitically seal the movement inside the case.
Very often in the 1950s, Tudor would make dials and hands without any luminous material.
The applied arabic numerals give the watch a timeless elegance and enhance its presence on the wrist.