1940s Tissot chronograph with gilt dial in 18kt Yellow Gold
The great story of Tissot watches began in 1853, when Charles Félicien Tissot and Charles Émile Tissot founded a small company based in Le Locle, in the Swiss Jura. This is the story of a father and son who together have the ambition to create a traditional Swiss watch brand. Among the great inventions of Tissot, we have the first watch made of stones, wood, the first watch with plastic case and mechanism.
This magnificent 18kt chronograph from the 1940s is pure testimony to Tissot’s chronograph heritage. Beautifully made, it has a very well-preserved gilt dial which gives the watch a unique character. Timeless, this chronograph has beautiful Syringe hands and 3 counters.
The great asset of this piece is its extraordinary conservation as well as its perfectly mastered aesthetic realization. Inside this clean 35 mm gold case, the reliable caliber 27CH, is known for its robustness and accuracy.
A real must-have in any gentleman’s collection.