Drawing from his latest model, the Galet Square, Laurent Ferrier creates a two-tone silvered sector dial, recalling the late 1930s with its combination of vertical and circular brushed finishing. In place of the 6 o’clock dial spot traditionally reserved for the word Swiss, Laurent Ferrier has instead inscribed Only Watch 2015 to emphasize the watch’s unique nature.
Time is indicated via ruthenium-coated 18-karat gold hour and minute hands, while the subsidiary dial with snailed small seconds was created with a baton shaped hand. The Galet Square’s cushion-shaped stainless steel case is reinterpreted here with straight lugs and gold half spheres. Inside, Laurent Ferrier’s own FBN caliber 229.01 features an automatic micro-rotor movement and is regulated by a échappement naturel. To complement the blue dial accents Ferrier completed this watch with a blue leather strap and stainless steel buckle.
The son and grandson of watchmakers, Laurent Ferrier, the emblematic figure of the brand that bears his name, is profoundly attached to the excellence of traditional watchmaking crafts. His lengthy experience in the fields of horological design, technical research and watch exteriors vividly demonstrate both his assiduity and his inventive nature. Discover more here.
On Nov. 7, an extraordinary collection of one-of-a-kind watches will be up for auction in Geneva and ready for the highest bidder. It is an incredible opportunity to bid on 43 unique watches in which the proceeds will benefit the Monaco Association Against Muscular Dystrophy to help fund research on Duchenne muscular dystrophy, a rare genetic neuromuscular disease affecting one birth in 3,500. Learn more here.