Combining expertise and a modern touchSIHH 2017: The Endeavour Concept Guilloché Collection
Renowned for the beauty of the dials it creates, H. Moser & Cie. has reinterpreted the famed sunburst pattern featured on its fumé dials and is unveiling a new model that honours tradition and craftsmanship: the Endeavour Concept Guilloché Limited Edition, with a dial engraved by a skilled guilloché craftsman. Combining expertise and a modern touch, H. Moser & Cie. has created a contemporary model with an understated, minimalist design that remains true to the Concept Series philosophy: no logos, no indices.
The Endeavour Concept Guilloché Limited Edition from H. Moser & Cie. draws inspiration from a late-19th century pocket watch that was created by Heinrich Moser, the founder of the company. Reproducing the subtle guilloché work on this historic watch was a task that could only be undertaken by a master guilloché craftsman. The absence of both logo and indices emphasises the beauty and exquisite design of the dial on this watch, which forms part of the Concept Series. In contrast to the increasingly elaborate watchmaking available today, H. Moser & Cie. has chosen to forgo the typical marketing and let the watch and its creators speak for themselves, once again proving that true luxury is unmistakable and needs no artifice.
The Endeavour case in rose or white gold — available with or without a diamond-set bezel — amplifies the effect of the guilloché design, bringing the vibrant sky-blue colour to life. The strap in alligator leather for the rose gold model and in satin for the white gold model uses the same colour palette, creating a contemporary, monochrome effect. The rose gold model is limited to 10 pieces, while the white gold model with a diamondset bezel is not limited, adding a sensual, seductive note to the H. Moser & Cie. collection.
As with all new models produced from January 1st, 2017, this watch will not feature the Swiss Made label on the dial as the Schaffhausen-based Manufacture, whose creations are over 95% Swiss, does not consider the label sufficiently rigorous.