Made in France - Besançon
This pretty and discreet watch is part of the Henriette collection dedicated exclusively to women. Timeless and very contemporary, it leaves in its wake a delicacy that flirts with melancholy. Perfectly vintage, it calms the rhythms of our intense lives.
A French history
At LIP we work hard to miniaturize and make a thin quartz tuning fork for a marketable wristwatch more reliable. In 1969, the first model of an analog quartz watch was ready and LIP deposited it at the Besançon Observatory. In 1970, Paul George, who collaborates with LIP in quartz research, will present the world's first transistor ladies' watch.
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