Watchmaking

Assembly, regulation
& servicing

Each watch is carefully assembled by hand by one of our four in-house watchmakers.

We never assume that a movement runs perfectly just because it is new. Before assembly, the amplitude - or swinging rate of the balance wheel - is checked with our timegraph to ensure utmost accuracy.

Next, conversions are implemented. Due to the additional depth of enamel dials, it is necessary to change certain wheels of the movement for the hands to flow freely across the dial without catching on the enamel below.

The amplitude is checked once more before attaching the dial. Once on, the dial is also thoroughly inspected. Due to the hand-made nature of every dial, small tweaks may be necessary to ensure the best possible fit.

Each watch hand is hand-blued and, therefore, requires individual inspection for any blemishes and colour consistency before assembly.

Once assembled, every watch is regulated to suit the wearer. Wrist preference, daily activity and storage are all considered to provide optimum accuracy for the individual wearer.



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