This is the third of a series of posts featuring a few pieces seen this year in Geneva at the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie, the year’s first watch show.
Art Piece Edition Historique – The 44 mm case houses a double tourbillon 30° and an offset hours/minutes subdial in the shape of a titanium dome featuring a hand-punched background.
Balancier Contemporain – This white gold 33-piece limited edition features a 39.6 mm case that provides a particularly compact showcase for the brand’s exclusive balance wheel system.
Arceau Awooooo – The enamel-painted dial features a wolf howling at the moon against a star-studded backdrop. Fitted with a matt graphite alligator strap, the white gold case houses an in-house movement.
L’Heure de la Lune – This timepiece offers the simultaneous display of moon phases in both northern and southern hemispheres. Two mobile counters gravitate on a meteorite or aventurine dial.
Master Ultra-Thin Moon Enamel – The hand-guilloché blue enamel dial features new hour markers, polished moon and engraved counter. The automatic movement has a 70-hour power reserve.