Limited Edition

Grail Watch 9.1: Moritz Grossmann × Kari Voutilainen Benu 37 Stainless Steel ‘German Silver’

$35,300.00

Grail Watch 9.1: Moritz Grossmann × Kari Voutilainen Benu 37 Stainless Steel ‘German Silver’

$35,300.00
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Description

Our latest Grail Watch sees us return to Germany’s watchmaking heartland, Glashütte, and the expert watchmakers at Moritz Grossmann. We are following on from the phenomenally popular ‘Silver Bullet’, the Moritz Grossmann x Kari Voutilainen Benu 37 ‘German Silver’. The moniker for this elegant watch comes from the dial, which is made from the durable alloy of copper, nickel, and zinc known as maillechort, or German Silver in English. German Silver is remarkable in that it will softly patina over time, meaning that these 20 pieces, which began life as identical watches, will evolve into pièces unique, thanks to the soft honey patina of aged maillechort. The material isn’t the only thing that makes these dials remarkable. They’ve been crafted on vintage rose engine machines at Kari Voutilainen’s dial factory, Comblémine. To complement the dials, the manually winding caliber of this watch boasts a soft frosted finish, hand bevels and hand-engraved details. While the earlier ‘Silver Bullet’ was cased in white gold, this ‘German Silver’ model features a hardy stainless steel. The Benu model was first launched in 2010 and, with its in-house movement, is a foundational watch for the Mortiz Grossmann of today. This exceptional timepiece is produced in a very limited run of 20 pieces.Read More

WATCH DETAILS

MovementManual winding caliber 102.1; 48-hour power reserve
FunctionsHours, minutes and small seconds
Case37mm; Stainless Steel
DialGuilloché à main on German silver; applied hour markers and Breguet numerals
StrapKudu leather strap, with an additional hand-stitched Taupe Epsom leather strap custom made with purple stitches, by Delugs
Limited EditionLimited edition of 20 pieces

The final price is net of VAT. We ship to your destination on a DAP (Delivery at Place) basis, which means that the buyer is responsible for paying import duties and any applicable taxes, including clearance and local taxes, once the shipment has arrived at the specified destination. These charges are the buyer's sole responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to initiating a transaction.

Should you need to return an item, you have 7 days from receiving your order to return and send it back to us. The watch must be returned unworn with the protective cover on the face and in its original packaging including the warranty, presentation box and any outer packaging. Buyers are responsible for return shipping arrangements and will bear the costs of shipping and insurance. 

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MODEL FEATURES

A DIAL OF DREAMS

Not only does the German silver dial promise to develop a distinctive personality of its own over time, but thanks to the complex array of guillochè techniques, it's a dial that demonstrates just how impressive the vast array of vintage rose engine machines at Karl Voutilainen's dial factory, Comblémine actually are. The applied hour markers and Breguet-style numeral at 9,12 and 3 are the finishing touches on this very special dial. 

GERMAN ENGINEERING

 Powered by the manual-winding caliber 102.1, this watch exemplifies everything that makes German watchmaking so special. The strong three-fifths plate is traditionally German, as is the hand-engraved escape wheel and balance cock with heat-purpled screws. 

MAKING A CASE FOR PERFECTION

Our latest limited edition is based on the Moritz Grossmann Benu - a model first launched in 2010, and one which upholds the values of classical watchmaking. Not only is the silhouette flawlessly smooth, but the overall case width of 37mm is perfect for modern sensibilities. 

COMFORT AND STYLE

Given that the German silver dial will change over time, it's only fitting to add a strap to match. The soft brown Kudu leather strap is supple and instantly comfortable, with a worn-in patina that makes this watch feel right at home on the wrist.  

A DIAL OF DREAMS

Not only does the German silver dial promise to develop a distinctive personality of its own over time, but thanks to the complex array of guillochè techniques, it's a dial that demonstrates just how impressive the vast array of vintage rose engine machines at Karl Voutilainen's dial factory, Comblémine actually are. The applied hour markers and Breguet-style numeral at 9,12 and 3 are the finishing touches on this very special dial. 

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