Czapek Quai des Bergues

Thanks to three passionate and daring founders, and to the support of dozens of aficionados worldwide, Czapek is now reborn in complete respect for the style and genius of its founder. François Czapek, former associate of Norbert de Patek, continued his career solo in 1845, supplying timepieces to Napoleon III and to the aristocracy of the era. The Quai des Bergues owes its design to one of Czapek’s stellar creations, the 3430 pocket watch dating from 1850. It is powered by an exclusive Czapek movement with a 7-day power reserve developed in collaboration with Chronode. Crafted in Grand Feu enamel according to the finest traditional methods, the dial is swept over by polished and chased gold or blued stainless steel hands and framed by a large 42.5 mm case available in various gold colours, titanium or in a new XO steel alloy. This innovation marks a new chapter in the history of Czapek.

Technical Specifications

Movement Mechanical hand-wound, SXH1 calibre developed by Chronode, 21,600 vib/h, twin barrels, 7-day power reserve.
Functions Hours, minutes, seconds, power-reserve indicator.
Case 18K pink or white gold or titanium or XO steel, 42.5 mm. Domed sapphire crystal and sapphire caseback with anti-reflective coating. Water-resistant to 30 m (3 bar/100 ft).
Dail Grand Feu enamel on a base in copper or carbon or shimmering opaline white or black mother-of-pearl. Power-reserve/day indicator between 4 and 5 o’clock, small seconds between 7 and 8 o’clock. Polished stainless steel or polished chased gold hands.
Bracelet/strap Black alligator with buckle in 18K pink or white gold or titanium or XO steel.

Source:

Swiss Time