Made in France - Besançon
An essential accessory for the wardrobe. The watch affirms a silhouette, characterizes a style. One is enough if it's the right one. So don't wait any longer, it is easy to wear from sunrise to sunset.
A French history
Since the mid-1960s, LIP's design office has been working on a quartz calibre (T24). Intended to be placed in ladies' watches, this calibre, which uses a simplified time setting, was definitively developed at LIP in 1969 by Robert Bischoff, Gérard Falin, André Voisard and Roland Plumet. LIP's technical services will improve the T24 by making the central second hand more reliable.