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Moritz Grossmann

Moritz Grossmann represents the pinnacle of German watchmaking heritage and craftsmanship. Founded in Glashütte in 2008 by Christine Hutter, the brand continues the visionary work of its namesake, master watchmaker Moritz Grossmann.

Establishing his atelier in Glashütte in 1854, Grossmann propelled the region to the forefront of European horology. Beyond innovative watch designs, he dedicated himself to the development of German watchmaking through education.

Today, the Manufacture upholds Grossmann's high standards through the expertise of its talented artisans. Led by Managing Director Christine Hutter, each timepiece combines traditional Glashütte techniques with modern precision.

Limited series showcase the detailed craftsmanship through complications, finishes and designs. Icons like the BENU, TEFNUT and ATUM families exemplify the artistic soul of mechanical watchmaking.

Operating from its workshop established in 2012, Moritz Grossmann creates unanimously lauded Haute Horlogerie. Awards recognize its ability to reinterpret history while pioneering new standards of excellence.

Dedicated to meticulous construction by experienced masters, every watch stands as a testament to the perseverance and passion driving Saxon watch culture. Moritz Grossmann honors its namesake's vision of horological prestige through continually refined mastery.

Based in the town that gave rise to Germany's watch industry, the maison ensures Glashütte's legacy endures for future generations of enthusiasts to admire.




Central Second Ice Blue

The Moritz Grossmann Central Second Ice Blue Dial Limited Edition presents a spectacular rendition of their iconic central seconds watch. Limited to only eight pieces and available exclusively in Hong Kong and Australia, it features an entrancing ice blue sunray dial with Arabic numerals housing the proprietary Caliber 100.11 movement. Displaying exceptional craftsmanship, the individually numbered movement components are finished to the highest standards with techniques like circular graining, beveling and striping. Housed in a 41mm stainless steel case with anti-reflective sapphire crystal, the watch is completed with a hand-stitched black Kudu leather strap. As with all Mortiz Grossmann watches, it is meticulously assembled by hand at their Glashütte manufacture, exemplifying the blending of traditional German watchmaking excellence with contemporary design for which the brand is renowned.


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