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Colourful and Unique

Qatar By Eduard Indermaur

The clock is hand-made in L’Epée manufacture and decorated by the Swiss artist glass-maker Eduard Indermaur.

Colourful and Unique

The tourbillon:
Considered to be one of the three finest horological complications, the Tourbillon is placed at the very top of the structure in these unique clocks, for all to admire. Its dimensions are such that the beholder is quickly captivated by the majestic waltz of the balance wheel. The design of the bridge supporting the carriage is a new design made especially on demand. Entirely produced in the L’Epée workshops, it is made of gold-plated brass with a flawless finish.

Hours and ½hours Strike:
While a wristwatch can only accommodate small gongs, this Qatar Collection strikes every hour and ½ hours on a long black gong visible on the back of the clock, that strives for a rich and convincing sound. When it is one O’clock, the clock will strike once, at Two, twice, etc, until noon and its twelve gongs. In the afternoon, it will start again with one gong. The initiation of the mechanism is placed on the front of the clock, next to the hour-wheel so the entire strike-process can be admired.

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Qatar By Eduard Indermaur

Reference    61.6850/021
Limited edition :
Unique Timepiece
Movement :
Caliber 1880 T.
Functions :

Hours and Minutes
Tourbillon
Strike: Hours and half

Power Reserve :
8 days
Finishings :

Polished massive gold-plated Brass

Jewels :
14
Dimensions :

173 x 255 x 153 mm
 

Winding :
Double-ended key to set time and wind movement

When know-How becomes Art