In kinship with the noble bloodline of the KERBEDANZ brand's watchmaking masterpieces
for women, this incredible jewellery watch borrows its name from the Spanish
language as well as the lascivious languors of its ecstatic deep blue.
The first masterpiece of a micro-series of 14 unique timepieces, the Maximus Royal
Tourbillon launched in Geneva seems to have been sculpted from a diamond block:
18.47 carats, 453 baguette-cut diamonds, invisibly setting. Soon, a gemstone festival!
The ultra-limited edition of this timepiece came out in March 2017, and it shows how
the Neuchâtel-based brand continues to express its proclivity for a variety and fascinating
intensities of blacks. As well as its mastery of the art of skeletonization.
Exclusively feminine… The Tree of Life explores the fascinating world of haute
joaillerie. "Making sense of beauty" is the KERBEDANZ motto, the masters in
combining universal symbols with the outmost in the art of Swiss
Is it possible to acquire a timepiece that has been conceived and manufactured
for oneself alone? The Neuchâtel-based company always comes out
with ultra-limited series and unique pieces, so they are in the unique position
of making the impossible possible.
The two KERBEDANZ minute repeaters, the mother of all horological
complications, have just been acquired by a collector. These two pieces also
have animations. They represent a distillate of extreme horological arts.
The Neuchâtel-based watch brand is introducing a world premiere, the all-black versions
of two timekeepers already considered exclusive. They play on the sublime
aura of dark depths and the many and fascinating shimmers of the black…
Presented in the media as the world's largest tourbillon, Maximus by the KERBEDANZ
watchmaking brand is a jewel of micromechanical perfection of the highest order.
Plus, it has a unique winding system.
The Swiss watch brand of haute-horlogerie and its management have been received
by His Holiness Pope François. Following a demand for a private audience for the
presentation of a very special gift, a tribute to the aesthetics of the Armenian Alphabet.
A singular novelty at Baselworld in 2016, the Polvs Arcticus, an exceptional
timekeeper, is powered by a double tourbillon GMT caliber. Two miniature
spheres celebrate the scientists and explorers of the past and offer a view of
astronomy, maritime horizons and technical feats.