Introduced in 2002, this timepiece signed by Svend Andersen of Geneva, is based on a technical creation reminiscent of the very origins of the measurement of the month: the orbit of the moon around the Earth. It’s simple yet ingenious mechanism turns the dial in finely engine-turned blue gold by one revolution per month. As it moves, the window revealing the luminary in yellow gold indicates the date of the full moon and the new moon.

ANDERSEN GENEVE Orbita Lunae watch

Technical details

  • Movement: Automatic
  • Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, date, phases of the moon
  • Case: 750 (18K) gold
  • Sapphire crystal and back
  • Dial: 750 (18K) blue gold, engine-turned
  • Leather Strap


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