If you do a reader survey, enamel will undoubtedly have the highest popularity among all watch and clock crafts, and it will make the watch a painting-like work of art between square inches. I have long known that Athens (Ulysse Nardin) enamel watches are famous, but there are not many opportunities to actually get in touch with the real thing. This time I was fortunate to see their famous Safari Jaquemarts Minute Repeater watch. The double-layer filigree enamel-painted dial gives this series three different appearances. The double-layered dials overlap each other, and a small fish is caught between the claws by the crocodile. When the three-question lever is operating, the lion on the dial will lean forward and grab the monkey. The monkey on the dial swung back and forth on the branch.