• EMAIL GRAND FEU II

    Louis Erard continues its odyssey at the heart of métiers d’art with Grand Feu enamel. A new interpretation of this exclusive craft already explored in 2021, which returns in a contemporary classic with subtlety. With some touches of red and, for the first time, in a 39 mm case.

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  • EXCELLENCE GUILLOCHÉ MAIN II

    Louis Erard continues to reinvent traditional métiers d’art with this second hand guilloché dial.
    Guilloché is no longer a question of decoration; it’s a subject in and of itself: a large diamond, an ace of diamonds, with a kinetic feel. It’s no longer a question of revisiting an old aesthetic, but of putting the technique at the service of a contemporary composition.

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  • EXCELLENCE PETITE SECONDE TERRACOTTA

    This time, Louis Erard kept both feet firmly planted on the ground. In the land of the Jura, where the house has its roots and from which it has drawn its inspiration for this natural-coloured version of the Excellence Petite Seconde model.
    With a first: case available in 39 mm, in addition to the traditional 42 mm. In a limited production of approximately 100 pieces per year by reference.

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  • GPHG 2021 OFFICIAL NOMINATION – THREE WATCHES FROM LOUIS ERARD

    The Foundation of the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG) is publishing today on its gphg.org website the list of 84 watches nominated by its Academy and it includes three Louis Erard watches.

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  • FUEL OF POSITIVE ENERGY: AVENTURINE, LAPIS LAZULI & MALACHITE

    Once again, Louis Erard is going off the beaten track by combining contemporary design and high-end watchmaking expertise in fine stone and artisanal glass dials, geological time and mechanical precision, the visible signs of luxury and accessible fine watchmaking. Three variations, each in a limited edition of 99 pieces.

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  • EXCELLENCE GUILLOCHÉ MAIN

    Louis Erard continues its odyssey in artistic craftwork. Still in a limited edition and with the same contemporary take on the tradition. Each dial is made piece by piece by hand guilloché in Switzerland, with an attention to detail normally reserved for the absolute top of the range.

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