In 2004, Thomas Prescher
introduced into the challenging world of watchmaking its mind-blowing timepiece trilogy, which embraced single-axis, double-axis and triple-axis tourbillons, equipped with constant-force mechanisms.
Unique in its character, the Prescher Triple Axis Tourbillon Regulator watch
employs an 18K pink gold case
, which measures 43mm x 16.5mm. The watch can be also offered in platinum. On the front side it is protected by a domed sapphire crystal, treated with double-sided anti-glare coating. The same sapphire crystal is used for the case-back. The watch is capable of withstanding water pressures down to 10 meters.
The attractive watch case pairs perfectly with its jet-black natural onyx dial
, which reveals 18K gold-applied indices and 18K gold Dauphine-style hands. The display also includes the 18K gold-engraved name and serial number plate. read more
proudly presents a new complicated piece of horological art – the Mysterious Automatic Double Axis Tourbillon watch
presented by the watchmaker as “A mesmerizing kinetic sculpture born
The new Thomas Prescher watch pleases the eye on many levels. The watchmaker concentrated his attention at implementing the idea of revealing the full beauty of his single and multiple-axis tourbillons
. He actually used one of the oldest illusions from the field of watchmaking.
The “mysterious” timepiece enjoyed great success in the 19th century. It seems to show the time with no visible connection to the movement. Cartier was one of the brands that successfully created mysterious timepieces.
Most prominent as the inventor of the flying Triple Axis Tourbillon
, Thomas Prescher
creates luxurious and tailor-made timepieces highly demanded among watch collectors and connoisseurs. Thomas Prescher’s timekeeping creations boast excellent design, finest materials and supreme processing.
The latest masterpiece of the watchmaker has been inspired by a wonderful country – Qatar
The creation of the Tempus Vivendi Qatar watch
has been based on a thorough research about the country. Thomas Prescher has been inspired by a picture of the country’s Coat of arms. read more