Pierre Thomas is understandably proud to bring forth a new Montre Historique Tourbillon watch.
The heart of this exceptional creation is a Swiss-made mechanical PT 2010 movement. Developed in 1870, the caliber offers a technical upgrade - an aerial Tourbillon XXL, sized 16 mm.
The movement operates at a frequency of 21,600 vibrations per hour and ensures a respectable 3 days’ autonomy.
The aforementioned tourbillon is presented on a black or meteorite mother-of-pearl dial. An undeniable highlight of the new Pierre Thomas watch, the mechanism can be admired in the opening, located between 7 and 9 o’clock.
The display also comprises gold stick-shaped indexes and a matching minute track. The progression of hours and minutes is marked by Pierre Thomas steel hands, crafted from pink or white gold. The brand’s name is found beneath the hour-marker at 12 o’clock.
The dial of the new Montre Historique Tourbillon watch is enclosed in a convex cylindrical case, rendered in 18K pink or grey gold. It is 12.70 mm thick and boasts a diameter of 49 mm.
The top of the case is protected by a convex sapphire crystal, inlaid with anti-glare treatment. Its polished back side is engraved with “Manufacture 100% en Suisse”. The case-back is also fitted with a sapphire crystal, which permits a glance into the tourbillon.
Just as well, the case is equipped with a bee nest-shaped crown, sculptured in 18K gold. The crown is paved with an alluring cabochon. The new model handles depths of up to 30 meters.
The new Pierre Thomas watch is worn on a large-scaled alligator leather strap, stitched by hand. The strap is finalized by the brand’s signature buckle, done in 18K pink or grey gold.
The timepiece described successfully combines simplicity and modernity to match any moment and mood of the day.