BaselWorld 2010: Svend Andersen

Apr 05, 2010,06:24 AM

Svend Andersen who together with Vincent Calabrese founded the AHCI 25 years ago keeps going strong.
This years new watch is the Quotidiana. 
The Day disk turns slowly once a week inviting to enjoy the days as they pass.  The date is shown at the edge of the dial on a second disk turning once a month.  The day and date indexes are engraved on the saphire.

The Secular Calendar which goes a step further than a standard perpetual calendar by including the calculation of the 3 "non-leap years" every 400 years.

The very customisable Montre à Tact, this one with a Japanese decor.  Note that all of Andersen's miniatures are hand painted, they are not printed.

The Jour et Nuit

The Kamar big moon

The Regina Montre à tact set with 8.74 carats of diamonds

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