Matthew Norman has evolved from a reproducer to a creator of modern timepieces. Their recent offering, the L’Audacieuse table clock reaffirms their entry into the select club of manufacturers who are respected the world over for their design, execution and craftsmanship. The new table clock showcases the brand’s new five-barrel movement with 40-day power reserve and a vertically oriented balance. L’Audacieuse reminds you of an intricate skeleton watch only on a much grander scale.
The clock has been so designed that the movement appears to float in its aluminum case. Only 50 pieces will be made of this limited edition design. The company’s workshop in Delémont, Switzerland will make everything that will go into the making of the clock. Every piece will be made with a numbered certificate. The number of the movement, the name of the watchmaker, and the production date will be recorded.
The clockmakers in the company’s workshop have the skill to give a perfect and precise finish to each and every piece. Matthew Norman is now established as a maker of modern luxury watches as their earlier models including Symphony, Temptation, and Time Gallery, evoke a modern sensibility with Art Deco–infused designs. Their skillful use of Makassar ebony and stingray skin adds to the modern touch. The L’Audacieuse is available on timetechnoinc.com for $14.990.