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The French watchmaker Pierre Lannier relocates the manufacture of its 1977 model to France

The hands, also specially designed for Pierre Lannier with the integration of the house logo, are provided by La Pratique, a watch hands factory also located in Morteau. This family business puts its know-how perfectly mastered for more than 100 years at the service of international brands. The manufacturing processes make it possible to offer an incomparable needle quality.

The blue sunburst dial is made by the Swiss manufacturer CADRATEC because no French company was able to achieve the specific shape wanted by Pierre Lannier, with a domed effect that allows a reflection of the timer of the watch in its case.

The leather used for the manufacture of the bracelet was selected by the Pierre Lannier teams and comes from the French tannery HAAS in Bas-Rhin. The latter, founded in 1842 and belonging to Chanel, works on leather goods from houses such as Chanel, Dior and Hermès. It is labeled Living Heritage Company.

The skins produced were then sent to the SIBRA factory in Besançon, whose craftsmen make each bracelet by hand. The buckle, specifically created by and for Pierre Lannier, will feature a “PL” directly cut on the metal part.

As a reminder, the 1977 model will be available in a numbered limited edition of 500 from September 2022 at the symbolic price of 1,977 euros. And to go to the end of the process, this watch is in the process of being certified Origine France Garantie, certification which will be effective before its marketing. In short, cocorico!