Moritz Grossmann TEFNUT 36 Enamel

To mark Moritz Grossmann’s tenth anniversary this November the independent watchmaker from Glashütte presents its sixth special model, the TEFNUT 36 Enamel from the TEFNUT line. The white enamel dial with delicate black Roman numerals of the TEFNUT 36 Enamel is framed by a white gold case. The sophisticated design of the watch resembles the elegant pocket watches Moritz Grossmann used to design and manufacture 150 years ago.

The Roman numerals with their contemporary serifs contrast the rich white enamel dial. Delicate black index points indicate the minutes. The small second at 7 o’clock is a stunning eye-catcher. The handcrafted brown-violet hands complete the classic look of this exquisite yet understated watch. The narrow bezel makes the watch look larger than its 36 mm diameter suggests.

With its calibre 102.0, the TEFNUT 36 Enamel has special features such as the cut of the three-fifths plate, the adjusting screw on the stepped balance cock and the brown violet tempered screws. Schönstes deutsches Handwerk can also be observed in the highly hand finished movement; the polished chamfers on the balance, the pallet cock and the balance cock. The TEFNUT 36 Enamel is offered with the calibre 102.0 in artistic hand finish as a single edition 1 of 1.

Technical details

Manufacture calibre 102.0, manually wound, adjusted in five positions
Diameter: 26.0 mm, height: 3.45 mm
No. of parts: 196
No. of jewels: 26, of which 3 in screwed gold chatons
Escapement: Lever escapement
Oscillator: Shock-resistant Grossmann balance with 4 inertia and 2 poising screws, Nivarox 1 balance spring
Balance Diameter: 10.0 mm, frequency: 21,600 semi-oscillations per hour
Power reserve: 48 hours when fully wound

Hours and minutes, subsidiary seconds

Operating elements
Crown in 750/000 gold, with or without jewel, to wind the watch and set the time

Three-part, in 750/000 gold
Diameter: 36.0 mm, height: 8.32 mm
Crystal and back: Sapphire crystal, antireflective coating on one side

White enamel grand-feu, printed with Arabic numerals in black
Hands: Manually crafted, steel annealed to a brown-violet hue

Alligator strap with prong buckle in 750/000 gold

Special features
Shock-resistant balance with inertia and posing screws, impulse pin integrated in rim; flat balance spring; balance staff with integrated safety roller; index adjuster with Grossmann micrometer screw; plate movement with 3/5 plate, frame pillars and separately removable clutch winding mechanism; frame parts in untreated German silver; raised gold chatons with pan-head screws; modified Glashütte stopwork with backlash; mainspring barrel with bilateral jewel bearings for optimised power management in the low-torque range; ARCAP train wheels; proprietary escapement with 18-tooth escape wheel

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