Schwarz Etienne has always been a poetic maison, creating highly original timepieces such as Ode to the Week and, more recently, Ode to Spring. Now, the Swiss manufacture, once again, embraces artisanal craftsmanship with Ode to the 70’s.
This new watch celebrates the era of Flower Power, freedom of expression, and, most notably, peace and love. The Ode to the 70’s is endowed with a flying tourbillon, micro-rotor, and high-end movement finishing. However, beyond its technical virtuosity, this watch is enriched with a cornucopia of métiers d’art. The dial is enlivened with cloisonné fired enamel, an ancient technique for embellishing metal. The dial design pays reverence to the psychedelic art of the 1970s, inviting wearers to reminisce about a time when idealism and love were omnipresent.
Schwarz Etienne continues to perpetuate creative thought and uphold artisanal craftsmanship by releasing its latest timepiece, Ode to the 70’s. This watch is the latest chapter in the company’s poetic series of watches, Ode to the Week, a set of seven tourbillons, one for each day of the week and, more recently, Ode to Spring. Each of these timepieces pairs the manufacture’s mechanical prowess with the emotional wonder of métiers d’art.