L’Epée 1839 La Tour-Billon Skeleton Clock

The L’Epée 1839 La Tour-Billon skeleton clock is equipped with a spectacular Tourbillon. The “ La Tour ” collection adopts the“ Less is more” motto of the famous Bauhaus Director Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe.

On that minimalist and pure design, a very sophisticated Tourbillon device replaces the standard escapement. A closer look of that most sought Tourbillon complication is quite fascinating and displays its beauty and the “two swords” bridge that reminds us of the great history of L’Epée 1839. This special La Tour-Billon highlights the mechanical movement whose elegance is revealed through the cover glass.

Technical details

References
– 76.6588/001: Cote’s des Genève gold plated
– 76.6588/121: Cote de Genève palladium plated
– 76.6588/201: Black cote de Genève with golded wheels
– 76.6588/211: Black cote de Genève with palladium wheels

Movement
Mechanic 8-day exclusive, Swiss made
Caliber 1853 T

Escapement
-“Carrousel” type tourbillon with “2 swords” upper bridge
-Revolution in 60 Seconds
-Visible on top
Jewels: 18
Winding: Manual, with a decorative key

Functions
Tourbillon, hour and minute

Case
Metal base with transversal cut glass
Dimensions: 148 mm x 120 mm

Edition
Limited Edition of 12 pieces

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