Introducing The Fabergé Visionnaire Chronograph, With A Dramatically Different Central Chronograph Caliber


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Fabergé isn’t a company you’d ordinarily connect with watchmaking – the name is most strongly associated with the work of Carl Fabergé in pre-revolutionary Russia, and, of course, with the spectacular Imperial Easter Eggs, made for the Romanov family. But in recent years, the revived company has partnered with boutique movement manufacture Agenhor, and Agenhor’s founder, Jean-Marc Wiederrecht (known for, among other things, producing the Poetic Complications for Van Cleef & Arpels) and has produced both animated ladies’ timepieces, as well as watches like the Visionnaire DTZ. The latter is a dual time-zone watch that won in the dual time-zone category at the 2016 GPHG.



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