The TEFNUT Grand Dame is the part of Moritz Grossmann 10th anniversary collection. This one of a kind timepiece features a rose gold case.
The silver-coloured dial with relief engraving on the TEFNUT Grand Dame was specially handcrafted according to the design of an original ladies’ pocket watch by Moritz Grossmann from the 19th century. This exceptionally beautiful pocket watch was given by the old master and watch pioneer to his second wife during his lifetime.
The outer dial is adorned with a handmade shimmering golden ring in a floral pattern. The inner ring around the diamond shimmering hand sockets is surrounded by fine gold-plated flowers.
The wide nickel silver hour ring is adorned with elegant stained Roman numerals in black, and the spaces between them decorated with a hand-engraved pattern.
The fine blue lily-shaped hands are hand-cut, polished and tempered. The work is presented with a High Artistic Finish. The TEFNUT Grand Dame is offered with the calibre 102.1 in the high artistic hand finish as a single edition 1 of 1.
TEFNUT Grand Dame
Manufacture calibre 102.1, manually wound, adjusted in five positions
Diameter: 26.0 mm, height: 3.5 mm
No. of parts 188
No. of jewels 22, 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
Crown in 750/000 gold, with gemstone, for winding the watch and setting the time
Three-part, in 750/000 rose gold
Diameter: 36.0 mm, height: 8.62 mm
Crystal and back: Sapphire crystal, antireflective coating on one side
Hand engraving with Roman numerals
Hands: Manually crafted, lily shape
Satin strap with prong buckle in 750/000 rose gold
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 screw; remodified Glashütte stopwork with backlash; mainspring barrel with bilateral jewel bearings for optimized power management; ARCAP train wheels; proprietary escapement with 18-tooth escape wheel