Modernist. Macassar Ebony
Dial handcrafted and watch assembled in Paris.
Contemporary look, balanced design, subtle elegance, the Modernist watch will make an impression.
For that edition, our craftsmen shape into dials a precious wood from Africa, the Macassar ebony. This wood with its unique deep black and brown shades was used for luxury furnitures of the Art Deco period.
This model fits any leather straps in 18mm.
- Dial: Macassar Ebony
- Watchband: Leather - Size 18mm
- Quartz Movement: Miyota Slim Caliber GL36
- Glass: Mineral K1
- Case: Steel 316L
- Dimensions: 36x23x7mm
- Water Resistant: 3ATM
European Union : Free delivery for any order above 50€ l Your orders will be shipped on Jan. 3rd 2022
International (outside EU) : Delivery times and costs may vary depending on the country of destination.
Return possible within 21 days from receiving the package
Inspired by the lines of the famous Villa Malaparte and the codes of Modern architecture, this model with a geometric aesthetic reveals a contemporary and refined design.
For this 23mm rectangular watch, we have worked on the side facets of the case with different finishes of polished and brushed bringing colors and shines.
To obtain a watch that meets our requirements, we have selected the best materials and manufacturing techniques. Known for its aesthetic qualities and durability, our cases are made of 316L stainless steel, a hypoallergenic alloy used by luxury watchmaking houses. The movement that drives the Modernist is an extra slim quartz from the famous Japanese firm Miyota. More respectful of the environment, our vegetable tanned straps are handmade from French or Italian leathers.
Always looking for originality, we source exclusive and delicate materials in partnership with suppliers ensuring their traceability.
Peacock feathers, rare leathers or cigar leaves are some examples of the creations that make the Modernist collection unique.
Deeply settled in Paris, we are committed to maintain French crafts. This is why all our dials are imagined, developed and shaped in our workshop based in the rue de Bellechasse.
At the crossroads between watchmaking and arts and crafts, we call on the best Parisian know-hows to have no creative limits!