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Carl Suchy & Söhne

Table Waltz Jubilee

Material

Brass
Dial finish
Enamelled
Size
145 x 255 mm
Thickness
85 mm
Movement
Manual-winding mechanical
Power reserve: 168 h, 18000 variations / hours
Skeleton movement
Functions
Hours, Minutes, Power reserve indicator
Reference
TS.01.004
Launch date
20.06.2022
Collection
/ 10-pieces limited series
Price incl. VAT
35’900 CHF
Description

When Carl Suchy & Söhne was founded in 1822, the watch company soon achieved fame far beyond the country's borders thanks to its advanced table clocks. On the occasion of its 200th anniversary, Suchy is now celebrating the company's history with the Jubilee Table Waltz - a table clock of the new generation with the CS-T1 in-house movement, which took two years to develop. Already 200 years ago, Carl Suchy & Söhne produced table clocks that still adorn the intellectual salons in Vienna. Today, we are proud to present a new generation table clock - with the CS-T1 in-house movement designed over the course of two years of development. With the Table Waltz, Carl Suchy & Söhne presents an object d’art that illuminates any room with the splendor of Vienna.

The dark silk matte case, 25 cm high, boasts exquisite materials of the highest quality and is finished by hand. With its sculptu- ral aura, it can already be interpreted as an icon.

A beautiful Viennese work of art that will make any room tick differently. The special model is limited to 10 pieces and created for clock lovers who appreciate the value of the Viennese sense of time - a tad cozier and therefore all the more valuable. Only on the hour, the delicate sound of the silver bell reminds you of the actual time.

This special model owes its incomparable beauty to the successful collaboration of Carl Suchy & Söhne with the multiple award-winning designer Rainer Mutsch and the master watchmaker Therese Wibmer. Every detail represents Viennese craftsmanship: the glass on the front and back was engraved by hand by the traditional manufactory J. & L. Lobmeyr. It blends seamlessly into the conical fit of the brass case and provides a light-flooded stage for the artfully floating baton movement. The movement consists entirely of individual Aus- trian parts: Plates, pivots, as well as the characteristic Carl- Suchy-&-Söhne-designed gears, which continuously form new patterns through their rotations, are individually handcrafted in Vienna. The case, milled from a single block of brass and refined using a special nickel-plating process, blends with the movement in a flowing fit, adorning the table clock with its simple elegance and powerful charisma. The inside of the case is given a colorless glossy finish, to make the polished skeletonized in-house movement CS-T1 shine.