it took three years of work

It was last Wednesday that master watchmaker Jean-Marie Louis unveiled his exceptional clock at the Hôtel Sélys. The latter, called “Renaissance”, required three years of work and 46 diamonds. It is also 100% from Liège since it was engraved by Cyril Chauvin, who also took care of the gold wire inlay, it was set by Olivier Gangi, its crystal dome was bevelled in Val Saint Lambert, and its Rosewood base was made by Thierry Jamar.

It is a unique piece of 18 carats, 17 centimeters in height. It will be visible in its Maison Louis store at n°30 rue Hors-Château during its opening hours.

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