Named after the Lord of Forest, the watch has an amazing legend behind its creation. At the beginning of time, when there was nothing but emptiness, two gods appeared. They were Ranginui, the god of the sky, and Papatuanuku, the goddess of the earth. They embraced so closely that the earth and the sky, which emerged simultaneously, were joined together.
The mysterious Magrette Tane watch relies on a self-winding Swiss movement – ETA cal. 2824-2. Paved with 25 jewels, this movement incorporates a rotor, beautifully engraved by hand.
The entire mechanism is housed in a case, sculptured in polished stainless steel. Its diameter constitutes 44 mm. The case of the Magrette watch is outfitted with a hand-engraved bezel, which securely holds a sapphire crystal.
The latter serves to protect the watch dial, peculiar for laser cut indices, treated by hand with LUM-TEC GX luminous compound to ensure unequalled night-time visibility and afterglow performance.
The new Magrette Tane watch is proposed in an attractive box hand-made from timber milled from the Kauri tree.