ANDERSEN GENEVE presents Kamar, a classic moonphase watch in a 45mm diameter gold case.
The actual trend for large wrist-watches allows the creators to research for new materials and expressions in technics and aesthetics.
The dial of 22 carats blue gold is decorated with a fine engine turned pattern and imprinted with Art Deco style roman numerals.
The fine gold hands are reproducing the A logo of the brand. In the wide opening at 12 appears the moon phase indicated by a disk of mother of- pearl which is of peculiar concept: one dark and one white moon (instead of the classic two of each).
This disk moves one step at noon and one at midnight. The moon can be set forward or backward with the crown pulled into 2nd position.
Available in red gold and white gold versions, the ANDERSEN GENEVE Kamar moon-phase watch is powered by the Piguet 1150 self-winding movement. Boasting a power reserve of 70 hours, this caliber is visible through the sapphire crystal case-back.
Model: ANDERSEN GENEVE Kamar
Self-winding, Piguet 1150, 70-hour power reserve
Complication A 574
750 (18K) white or red gold
45 mm in diameter, 11 mm thick
Sapphire crystal and back
Engine-turned 22-carat blue gold
Transferred Art Deco style Roman numerals
Moon-phase aperture at 12 o’clock
Hand-sewn crocodile leather, pin buckle