Antoine Preziuso


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Regarded as one of the “old guard” master watchmakers who spearheaded the modern watch trends of the 90s and 2000s, Antoine Preziuso’s avant-garde style and disregard for design customs earned his team both praise and controversy over the years.

This timepiece formed part of the prestigious GPHG 2018 pre-selection, won both the Innovation Watch Prize and the Public Prize at the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève, as well as the backing of three international patents for its movement.

The Trillion Tourbillon of Tourbillons is exquisitely & elegantly set with Wesselton diamonds totalling 24 carats. The tourbillons alternate with pure-white trillion diamonds, but are connected by a ‘planetary triple-differential gear’ which increases the accuracy of its mechanical movement.

Dimension 39.8 mm
Total height 10.8 mm
Transmission planetary triple-differential gear
Regulator organs 3 tourbillons « planetary satellite »
Frequency 3 x 21’600Ah (3Hz)
Rotating speed 1 t/minute (tourbillons); 6 t/h (plate)
Components 570
Rubies 65
Ball bearing 6
Bariells double serial barrels
Decoration 3 diamonds trillon 0.76ct.
Patent 3 international patent

Function : Hours, minutes
Case :  Shape round
Dimensions : 47 mm
Thickness : 14 mm
Material white gold 18kt. set with 233 baguettes diamonds – quality
Wesselton : G+ – 24ct.
Glass : sapphire crystal with anti-reflection treatment.
Crown : 18kt gold set with 20 diamonds baguettes + 1 solitaire diamond.
Back : Sapphire crystal screwed with 8 screws
Strap : Rubber and crocodile leather

Made in Switzerland

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About The Brand

Antoine Preziuso
Antoine Preziuso
An independent watchmaker for over 35 years, Antoine Preziuso combines his creativity in the watchmaking field with a rare audacity, doubly rewarded at the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève in 2015. He develops precious timepieces which combine the extreme technicality of mechanical complexity and an original aesthetic signature that soars above trends. In 1993, Harry Winston entrusted him with the execution of a tourbillon, the first piece in a series of collaborations, the most famous of which is the Opus. Member of the Académie Horlogère des Créateurs Indépendants (AHCI), the renowned academy of the world’s best independent watchmakers