Louis Moinet COLLECTIONS
Simply the first chronograph-watch in history – created as a tribute to Louis Moinet, certified as having invented the chronograph back in 1816. Memoris’ exclusive movement allows this complication, highly-prized by collectors and featuring top-level finishing craftsmanship, to be revealed in its entirety on the dial side.1 6
Sideralis has no equivalent in all of Fine Watchmaking. The timepiece includes two outsize tourbillons, physically located above the movement and rotating in opposite directions, powering a planetary complication that in turn drives a disc revealing Mars, the Moon, and Mercury in succession.2 6
The retrograde seconds display, covering an expansive 20 seconds, is exclusive to Louis Moinet. The fully-independent firm is a past master in the art of highly creative animated dials, featuring finishes that highlight every detail of its innovative movement.4 6
Once again, this timepiece embodies the creativity of Ateliers Louis Moinet in the art of animated dials. Step by step, the Black Gold Derrick depicts the entire animated process of drilling for oil, with top-notch watchmaking attention to detail. Fun, technical – and unique.
Once again, this timepiece embodies the creativity of Ateliers Louis Moinet in the art of animated dials. Step by step, the Black Gold Derrick depicts the entire animated process of drilling for oil, with top-notch watchmaking attention to detail. Fun, technical – and unique.5 6
Mogador is rare and refined – the orchestration of a world of beauty. Its dial boasts avant-garde colours, illuminated by its concentric Clous de Paris pattern. The elegant, structured dial includes a technical touch: a view of the tourbillon’s rotating cage. The new Mogador case is made from grade 5 titanium throughout. The piece is fitted with the LM-35 movement – winner of the latest International Chronometry Competition.6 6
- 4/620-Second Tempograph
- 5/6Black Gold Derrick
About Louis Moinet
Louis Moinet, who lived from 1768 to 1853, created pendulum clocks for prominent figures, according to the house named after him. He is known as the inventor of the chronograph.
The signature element of a Louis Moinet watch is the use of extremely rare materials, such as tropical fossilised palm wood, fragments of dinosaur bone and objects from outer space. For example, for their Tourbillon model in its Meteoris collection, Louis Moinet took fragments of meteorites from Mercury, Mars, the sun and asteroids, allowing stargazers to adorn their wrists with them. Unique and exclusive watchmaking creations, characterised by artistic and creative design.
Louis Moinet at Les Ambassadeurs
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Whether it involves watch engraving, cleaning or personalising your special piece, we are able to fulfil almost any request.
Maintenance and Restoration
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