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Full moon for Emile Léon and Meistersinger


OUR ADVICE - To celebrate eight years of presence at 8 rue Royale in Paris, the independent watch retailer is offering various exclusive limited editions. Including this astonishing single-hand watch with a dial adorned with an imposing moon.

Cultivating independence and curiosity in watchmaking is an art that Emile Léon has practiced wonderfully since he moved to one of the most famous addresses in Paris, rue Royale.

Its boutique, located at number 8, knows how to rarely coexist big brands and independent, always at reasonable prices.

We can thus find timepieces signed Frédérique Constant, Hamilton, Longines, Michel Herbelin, Mido, Rado or Seiko, but also creations Beaubleu, Bulova, Le Forban, MATWatches, Raymond Weil which rub shoulders with Frédérique Constant, Longines, Rado, Mido, Hamilton, Michel Herbelin or Seiko.


To celebrate his eight years of presence at n ° 8, Emile Léon had the idea of ​​requesting some special editions from the brands he offers.

Like a Meistersinger Lunascope Special Emile Léon, limited to 8 pieces, with its luminescent moon and its 40 mm diameter steel case (3,990 euros).

On this piece, signed by a specialist in single-hand watches for 20 years, it is impossible not to see the imposing and realistic one which is displayed in large size on the upper part of the dial, the date being located at 6 o'clock.

The sapphire crystal case-back of this collector's edition naturally features the Place de la Concorde and its obelisk.


Its Swiss automatic mechanical caliber ETA 2836, with MeisterSinger module, has a 38-hour power reserve.

For collectors, this edition is offered in a special box.

Source: lefigaro

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