Michel Perchin presents Model #1, a limited edition watch collection which represents a completely differed direction in watchmaking.
Michel Perchin is a company dedicated to making beautiful and rare “Objet d’Art” using the hand craftsmanship of the finest goldsmiths in the world. The name Michel Perchin comes from the work master of Faberge from 1885 to 1903 who built the Imperial Easter eggs. His special talent was in enameling.
Since first producing writing instrument in 1994, many of which now sell for far more than their original price, it has been a dream to produce a series of limited edition watches.
To realise the Model #1 Watch, the company has partnered with the finest goldsmith in England who will be hand producing the casework and dials to the designs of Patrick Pinkston.
The case work is then combined with a quality Swiss movement with assemble in the USA by a highly skilled watchmaker who completes the calibration and testing of each watch. Because of the quality of the craft Michel Perchin produces a small number of watches.
Michel Perchin is owned and managed by Patrick Pinkston who also is the designer of each watch. Mr. Pinkston has a history of success in various fields including healthcare and writing instruments.
18 carat white gold with white opaque enamel framing the dial, diamonds accenting the corners
Both sides are guilloched and enameled with the distinctive “Ice Blue” translucent enamel
45mm long, 27mm wide, 12mm high with crystal
Sapphire crystal front glass
Caseback: 18kt. white gold with Michel Perchin name and logo engraved. English hallmarks
The back can be personalized with an engraved message
Jewel set winding crown
18 carat white gold guilloched in a unique “drapery” pattern
Hand enameled in “Ice Blue” translucent enamel
Three diamond markers at 3, 6, and 9 and the 18kt. yellow gold elephant and tower Michel Perchin logo marking at 12.
Swiss made ETA 2824-2 self-winding movement
Diameter: 25.60 mm
Height: 4.60 mm
Frequency: 28’800 vibrations per hour: 4 Hz
Regulator system: ETACHRON
Typical power reserve: 42 hours
Blue alligator strap with gold buckle
Please visit Michel Perchin website for more information.