The Jean Marcel watch - the fine line between expense and investment.
The collections of Jean Marcel and celebrated master watch maker Vincent Calabrese have always been innovative, if not revolutionary, and have been distinguished with the highest international prizes - The Gold Medal in 1977 and the Silver Medal in 1989 from the Geneva Inventors Salon. Marcel's model Tourbillon Volant was admitted to the collection of the International Horological Museum at La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland.
There is the Mystery Collection, which uses a special reconstructed self-winding movement to shows the hours, minutes and seconds without the use of hands, and there is the Cisitalia Grand Prix 360, which indicates hours, minutes and seconds in a three-register format, also using a special reconstructed self-winding movement. The added care and features in the finish of the watches is evident in the sapphire crystal each watch has. By gently breathing on the sapphire glass, the name Mystery appears, and then vanishes again. Production of these exquisite timepieces is limited to 100 pieces per month.
The Jean Marcel watch stands at the top of international watch concepts. The finest quality materials and innovation in movements and design have kept Jean Marcel at the forefront of Swiss watchmaking.
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