The epoch of the Art Deco models ranges from 1920 - 1940. At that time, Art Deco models were mainly built as pocket watches. This design became known primarily through the use of high-quality materials such as gold and appliqué. The Art Deco models are primarily characterized by Arabic numerals and the "Feuille" hands, which are reminiscent of a long leaf.
Even after the 1940s, when the pocket watch was replaced by the wristwatch, the Art Deco design enjoyed great popularity. However, the wristwatches were built much smaller. Art Deco chronographs were very rare at the time. That's why well-preserved pieces get top prices these days.
For these models, we use an automatic movement from Switzerland of the highest quality, which we then refine with an exclusive skeletonized and engraved rotor.
We offer the Art Deco Chrono models in 40 mm size.
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