With the Heritage Perpetual Calendar, H. Moser & Cie. pays tribute to artisan watchmaking. This exceptional timepiece links tradition and modernity, two elements which coexist in all creations by H. Moser & Cie. The Heritage Perpetual Calendar is a salute to watchmaking past and present. It is the distillation of H. Moser & Cie.’s 187 years of watchmaking expertise.
Case: diameter 46.0 mm, height: 13.6 mm
Movement:in-house hand-wound Perpetual Calendar HMC 341 Golden Edition calibre, diameter: 34.0 mm, height: 5.8 mm<
Frequency: 18,000 vibrations per hour
Power reserve: minimum 7 days
Pocket watch-type case in red gold, diamond-set (32 diamonds, 0.31 carat) and enamelled
Centre-hand month indicator, 12 hour indices = 12 months
Hours and minutes
Offset seconds dial with hacking seconds function at 6 o’clock
Power reserve indicator at 9 o’clock
Leap year indicator and adjustment push-button
White “Grand Feu” enamel dial
Hand-painted Roman numerals
Solid 18-carat gold plate and bridges with a matte finish, hand chamfering and hand-engraved hallmark
Moser teeth for all wheels and pinions
Original Straumann Double Hairspring®
Interchangeable Moser escapement
Featuring a white “grand feu” enamel dial, this Heritage Perpetual Calendar has an alligator leather strap and a red gold folding clasp to match its red gold pocket-watch-inspired case.
Heritage Perpetual Calendar
The inspiration behind the Heritage Perpetual Calendar came from an H. Moser pocket watch dating from the late 19th century in the H. Moser & Cie. collection. The case of this model, made from a striking blue, engraved enamel and studded with diamonds, inspired the watchmakers at the Schaffhausen-based Manufacture to reinterpret this watch, calling on the best craftsmen to work on the case. Featuring stunning blue enamel on a case with two covers, a "Grand Feu" enamel dial, guilloché engraving and diamond-setting techniques, in association with a modern in-house, hand-wound calibre with a perpetual flash date: the Heritage Perpetual Calendar is the synthesis of the greatest arts in watchmaking craftsmanship.