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HORTENCE standing clock stainless steel
Mechanical clock UTINAM Besançon designed by Philippe LEBRU, with a patented movement, awarded at the Concours Lépine de Paris in 2005, numbered pieces, designed and made in our Besançon workshops.
The very first clocks of the UTINAM collection! From the height of two meters twenty, the elegance and the haughty bearing of this great lady reminds us that she is the first figure of the UTINAM Besançon clocks. This stretched brushed stainless steel collection is now enriched with a version in acrylic glass, the object of a craft process similar to the moulding of a sculpture. Presence and transparency assured or how to assert the subtlety of time on a daily basis!
Happy, decorative or provocative, the “Constence” are the terrible girls of UTINAM Besançon. Included in the mass of acrylic glass, poppies usually ephemeral or wild grasses from a miniature meadow for the collection ” Végétale ” bloom the urban interiors in search of character, unless one bites into the baroque lacework of the “Coquette” collection. Singularity and discrepancy for a time that does not is not lacking in refinement!
|Type of mechanism||Anchor movement|
|Movement mark||UTINAM Besançon Manufacture|
|Power Reserve||7 days|
|Display Type||Analog needle|
|Subject||Stainless steel 316 DL|
|Body finish||Brushed steel|