Louis Moinet


For some, a watch is merely a manner of getting to appointments on time, keeping track of their busy schedule in the pursuit of living a full and satisfying life. For others, only the most beautiful timepiece will do to serve as a heirloom for generations to come. And still for others, the measurement of time is an art in of itself; the alchemy of both art and science, employed to arrive at a beautifully engineered instrument to measure even the minutest increments of time. I have always enjoyed history, reading of civilizations long past, gleaning insight, wisdom, and wonder from the study of ideals still very relevant today. But when I was introduced to the world of horology five years ago, it was as if I had stumbled upon a land of insurmountable wonders and innovation. I discovered an area of study that melded my love of art, math,…