Introducing the new Signature Series from Greubel Forsey. The first model is the Signature 1, which will retail for CHF 150,000.
How does one combine simplicity and extreme sophistication? It took six years of study to solve this delicate equation by Greubel Forsey. The Signature 1, a Timepiece featuring pure lines, is the solution.
For each of these new Signature creations, one talented watchmaker will elaborate his or her Timepiece within Greubel Forsey’s universe. Drawing on resources such as components, the watchmaker will operate following Greubel Forsey’s philosophy, and benefit from the skills and expertise specific to the Greubel Forsey watchmaking Atelier. The watchmaker will therefore express him or herself within this structure, while enjoying a considerable amount of freedom, particularly regarding technical, architectural and decorative aspects of the Timepiece. This watchmaker will co-sign the creation with Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey. The Signature series will stick to the design ethos of Greubel Forsey to align with previous pieces.
Didier J.G. Cretin – a brilliant watchmaker and long-time team member at Greubel Forsey – is introducing this new line with a unique and original Timepiece, the Signature 1. For the first time in the history of Greubel Forsey, he has created a manually wound watch with three hands, featuring an exclusively designed Greubel Forsey balance wheel and a gold dial. The hands are finished and countersunk by hand. This Timepiece will be released in a unique edition of 33 pieces in gold and platinum. In addition to this, 33 steel-cased pieces are available by advance order.
We think the Signature Series will be very interesting and can’t wait to see the creations as they are developed.
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