Passion and reason are the watchwords of the creators of Pierre Thomas. Starting with movements that used to be manufactured in the 1870s, they now produce watches with a refined sense of aesthetics, where the apparent simplicity reveals a neo-classical flair, and demonstrates completely mastered technique.
These timepieces, each created individually and hand-finished in the purest spirit of Swiss artisanal watchmaking, combine noble materials, modern comfort, harmony of finishes and a balance between past and present. The blend of hues and materials underlines their desire to respect tradition in their products, with the little added bonus that they are authentic 21st Century creations.
Its novelty Montre Historique Grande Seconde features a Movement no ThE 2010, mechanical 19 lines (43.00 mm) from Fontainemelon dated about 1870 to 1930. Available in 100 pieces numbered and limited series.
6 to 12 o’clock convex cylindrical case, 18K pink or grey gold. Weight: 95 gr.
Diameter 49.70 mm, thickness 12.70 mm.
Black mother-of-pearl or meteorite dial with gold indexes. Aperture 41.00 mm
Convex sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating.
Polished back, engraved with “Manufacturé 100% en Suisse ».
18K gold crown with cabochon in mother-of-pearl, bee nest shaped.
Pink gold or blue-turned steel Pierre Thomas hands.
Water-resistant to 30 metres.
Movement no ThE 2010, mechanical 19 lines (43.00 mm) from Fontainemelon dated about 1870 to 1930, Pierre Thomas finishing white steels on yellow gold brass .
Full hand-finished components, bevelled and polished angles.
Frequency: 18000 AH (2.5 Hertz)
Large scales alligator strap, convex hand-stitched.
18K pink or grey gold Pierre Thomas buckle.