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Louis Moinet - Vertalor Tourbillon

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Inspired to the work and aesthetics of famous French watchmaker, sculptor and painter Louis Moinet, the eponymous independent company started ten years ago in Saint-Blaise (Canton of Neuchâtel) celebrates the special anniversary with the Vertalor Tourbillon, a remarkable timepiece featuring a tourbillon with a cage hanging from a three-armed bridge made from solid gold.


Positioned at 6 o’clock, this beautiful tourbillon performs one full rotation every 60 seconds and features a new hand whose luminous star-shaped tip evokes Louis Moinet’s design for the Julius Caesar clock (1825).  At 12 o’clock, the theme of suspension continues with the barrel, whose cover also hangs from a gold bridge.


The dial is decorated with a Côtes du Jura pattern and leaves the winding cog visible between the barrel and the tourbillon. A fragment of moon meteorite adorns the centre of the dial, at the centre of the “Gouttes de Rosée” (Dew Drop) open-worked hands.

The Louis Moinet Vertalor Tourbillon is available in two limited editions of 28 pieces each in pink gold (ref. LM-35.70.50) or in white gold (ref. LM-37.50.55).



The elaborated 47mm-diameter case, a distinctive trait of all Louis Moinet timepieces, is composed of no less than 59 parts and protects the hand wound movement beating at 21,600 vibrations per hour and offering a three-day power reserve.

The case back, which displays the movement through a sapphire crystal, is secured with 6 screws and engraved with individual number and Louis Moinet markings. louismoinet.com

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