Thomas Prescher is an independent watchmaker based at Ipsach, in the canton of Bern in Switzerland.
Since childhood he has been passionate about the mechanics of watches and clocks. Before fully devoting his life to the art of fine horology, Thomas Prescher served German Navy for six years.

Prescher began his watchmaking journey by securing an apprenticeship in the well-known Swiss manufacture IWC. After completing this course, he joined Audemars Piguet’s German service centre in Frankfurt, where he also obtained his Master Watchmaker certificate.

Before founding his own watch manufacture in 2002, Thomas Prescher had worked with prestigious Swiss horological firms like Gübelin (in the restoration department) in Lucerne, Progress Watch, and Blancpain.

Thomas Prescher

In 2002 Prescher opened his own restoration atelier, making time to craft a watch of his own that became the world’s first double-axis tourbillon with constant-force device. This earned him his place as a candidate of the AHCI in 2003.

In 2004, Prescher presented his incredible Tourbillon trilogy comprising single-axis, double-axis and triple-axis tourbillons – all flying tourbillon wristwatches with constant-force mechanisms.

Thomas Prescher Tourbillon Trilogy – Single Axis Tourbillon, Double Axis Tourbillon and Triple Axis Tourbillon

Subsequently, Prescher also created distinctive Tempusvivendi line in which the time is displayed by figures at the push of a button. His Sculptura Una watch functions in the same way, but with conventional hands. In 2009, he developed an instant perpetual calendar with coaxial indications for optimal legibility.

In 2010 he presented the Mysterious Automatic Double Axis Tourbillon, featuring a self-winding mechanical movement implemented with upstanding main-plates left and right in the case.

Thomas Prescher Mysterious Automatic Double Axis Tourbillon

In 2011, with “Choose your movement” he gave each aficionado the possibility to have an own piece of art with the own chosen design made by him and additional a closer look on the manufacturing of this piece. But not enough he realized a nautical project, where the Double Axis Tourbillon Nautica was born.

Introduced in 2012, the NEMO Sailor watch with a case made in copper bronze and steel replaced in time a fabulous patina. Followed by the Nemo Captain Triple Axis Tourbillon in an incomparable material combination for the case he used red gold and palladium.

In 2022, Thomas Prescher launched The Mysterious Project to mark its 20th anniversary.

Thomas Prescher’s watchmaking atelier is well-known for its hand-made and tailor-made mechanical luxury watches all over the world. These fine timepieces are manufactured using the knowledge of the ancient art of watchmaking by hand. These haute horlogerie creations come with very highest standards and their finish is among the best available on the market.

Every client has the possibility to discuss individually the possibilities of unique material combinations and different designs. So the client has a maximum of individuality to create his time sculpture together with Thomas Prescher. During the discussion with the master every timepiece is developed down to the last detail to the individual client’s wishes, every watch a unique piece. In the focus of this process stand the personal preferences of the client.

The skilled perfectionism of the watchmakers is the ultimate guarantee that every timepiece coming from Thomas Prescher Haute Horlogerie is incomparably and unique, absolute perfection. To quality and processing of the applied materials the highest demands are set.

Thomas Prescher’s flagship watch collections are Nemo, Tourbillon, Desiderata, Perpetual Calendar QP1, Tempusvivendi, and Sculptura Una. Price on request.

Featured Timepieces


Thomas Prescher NEMO SUB I


Thomas Prescher Nemo Sailor


Thomas Prescher Triple Axis Tourbillon Regulator
Thomas Prescher Qatarwatch
Thomas Prescher Sculptura Una
Thomas Prescher Tourbillon Trilogy
Thomas Prescher Central Perpetual Calendar QP1
Thomas Prescher Tempusvivendi Collection
Thomas Prescher Mysterious Automatic Double Axis Tourbillon
Thomas Prescher Triple Axis Tourbillon Regulator Sport

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