• LE RÉGULATEUR LOUIS ERARD X SECONDE/SECONDE/

    Once again, Louis Erard is putting its iconic regulator to the test of free collaboration with an independent creator, seconde/seconde/. And this time, a taboo has been lifted in the world of fine watchmaking: the internet takes its place at the heart of the mechanism, with the dreaded “404 Error” reinterpreted as a minute hand.

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  • LE RÉGULATEUR LOUIS ERARD X ATELIER OÏ

    For this new collaboration, Louis Erard turns to architecture and design with atelier oï, a regional company that has been shining internationally for 30 years, and a radiant watch, too.
    atelier oï proceeded in a basic way: “To radiate from the centre outwards.” Taking care to reduce the technical vocabulary as much as possible, reminiscent of the shape of a sundial…

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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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  • LE TRIPTYQUE LOUIS ERARD x ALAIN SILBERSTEIN

    Pushing the boundaries of its artistic design even further, Louis Erard reveals a completely unique triptych. Alain Silberstein was given carte blanche, designing the series of three watches like a picture over three panels to make a whole work of art.

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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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