Watch Joaillière "L'Alchimiste"

Simon-Pierre Delord

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€3,500
  • Material : Silver ium and blue topazes
  • Color : light blue and silver
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Watch Joaillière "L'Alchimiste"

Simon-Pierre Delord

€3,500

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This watchmaking creation is entitled "L'Alchimiste". The Watch is in Silver Massif (Silver Massif). The stones are two Blue Topazes from Brazil. The automatic mechanical movement is an ETA 2671. This piece can only be produced in small series. It takes me a little over a month to make a model. The development time for the first model took 2 years. This is watch number 03. Specifics of the Model Type: Jewelry Watch Model Name: "L'Alchimiste Univers: Fantastic World Centered hour Central seconds Solid Silver ium dial (Wax Perdue) Stones: Brazilian blue topaz Solid Silver ium (Cire Perdue) case Diameter 44 mm Thickness 10.7 mm Transparent caseback Sapphire glass front / rear windows Automatic movement Solid Silver ium buckle (Cire Perdue ) Technical characteristics of the movement Movement: Caliber ETA 2671 Frequency: 4 Hz (28,800 vibrations / h) Jewelery: 25 jewels Power reserve: 38 hours Swiss made

  • Type precision : Jewelery watch
  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Stone : Topaz
  • Gender : Mixed

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Silver ium (Silver 925) and topazes

Case, buckle and dial are made using the lost wax casting technique in my workshop in Cordes-sur-Ciel in the Tarn

Craftsman

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Simon-Pierre Delord is based in the heart of the medieval city of Cordes-sur-Ciel in the Tarn, where he has been working as a craftsman jeweler - watchmaker for a little over two years now. His main know-how is direct carving sculpture which he applies to the creation of jewelry through the technique of lost wax casting as well as to glyptics. His workshop is equipped with a small foundry and he has at his disposal the equipment to cut, sculpt and polish hard stones. Whether for jewelry or watches, he only makes single pieces or small series. He creates objects that awaken and support everyone's imagination. Each room is thought of as a kind of door that opens to a world of adventure and travel.