Timeless pieces inspired by the German locksmith of Nuremberg.
1485 - 1542
Starting from our ancestors who used the sun and the moon, to the world’s first watch by Peter Henlein in 1505: The Pomander. Coming from Nuremberg, the epicentre of flourishing craftsmanship, gave him the greatest push he needed. A timepiece was invented by bringing a never before seen scale of miniaturisation in clock mechanisms. Peter Henlein was a visionary and known as the maker of something remarkable, a Pomander watch that still ticks to this day.