|Name:||Toric Quaestor Licorne|
|Limited:||Yes, 10 units|
Price in euro
The chime watch, one of the oldest interpretations of time dating from the 15th Century, has always challenged the laws of miniaturisation. Invented at a time when night lighting made reading the time far from easy, the minute repeater has undergone a number of changes. Today it is still regarded as one of the finest and most complex watchmaking complications that exist.
The Toric Quaestor features a minute repeater with cathedral chimes. The minute repeater sounds the hours, quarter-hours and minutes on 2 cathedral gongs. The movement is manual and is fitted with a device for disengaging time-setting while the chime is sounding.
Minute repeater movement, power reserve indication, sounding the hours, quarter-hours and minutes. Cathedral chimes with two gongs.
It features a special device for disengaging time-setting while the chime is sounding.The H-Q-M sequence is uninterrupted thanks to a regulator flywheel.
|Time:||Hours, Minutes, Small Seconds|
|Additionals:||Power Reserve Indicator|