Emile Chouriet Héritier "Geneva Legend"
This watch is a symbol of Emile Chouriet's hometown.
The 18th century watchmaker Emile Chouriet may be from Gex, on the Swiss-French border but the contemporary brand Emile Chouriet was certainly born in Geneva. It even made its studios in the city a few years ago.
The "city at the top of the lake" as some affectionately call Geneva, is well-known for its huge Jet d’Eau on the Lake Geneva and for landmarks such as the Bâtiment des Forces Motrices, a 19th century hydro power plant nestled on the Rhône that now plays host to shows.
Héritier © Emile Chouriet
Emile Chouriet propose now two new models that complete the Héritier range of refined watches. One comes in a version from the Geneva watchmaking tradition. Housed within a 40mm stainless steel case, its classic ivory coloured dial has an engine-turned centre with horizontal Côtes de Genève stripes and silver roman hour numerals. The Calibre EC9316 (based on ETA2824), with Emile Chouriet bidirectional rotor, powers the hours, minutes, seconds in the center and date counter at 3 o'clock and assures a 38-hour autonomy to the watch. A natural leather strap, with white saddle stitching and pin buckle, completes the watch.
The second new model has a contemporary black dial, with silvered digits and red prints on the main meridians.
The firm is committed to maintaining and passing on the values of Emile Chouriet – an integral part of its DNA. Elegance has always been associated with the heritage of the Geneva watchmaker’s knowhow.Find out more >
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