A beautiful timekeeping objectBASELWORLD 2015: The Club Moonphase
Amid the tranquillity of the small village of Tramelan, at the heart of the Jura mountains, the cradle of Swiss watchmaking, time appears to have stood still. Here, in the Auguste Reymond workshops, watches are still made almost as they were in the early days of the brand, more than a century ago.
The new Cotton Club Moonphase is no exception to this rule. Crafted in keeping with the grand Swiss watchmaking tradition, the watch beats to the rhythm of a mechanical movement hand-made in a highly exclusive small series. Its restrained lines and clear-cut, balanced design, along with meticulous finishing right down to the smallest details, make this an authentic and beautiful timekeeping object capable of making its way unscathed across successive decades.