1960s Lip chronograph with glossy black dial and Valjoux 7730
Lip, a renowned French watchmaking company, was founded in 1867 by Emmanuel Lipmann in Besançon, France. Over the years, Lip has played a significant role in the horological landscape, creating timepieces that blend craftsmanship, innovation, and distinctive design.
In the mid-20th century, Lip collaborated with renowned modernist designers like Roger Tallon and collaborated on the creation of iconic timepieces such as the Lip Mach 2000. These watches were not only functional but also celebrated as design masterpieces, capturing the spirit of their time.
This piece is a beautiful chronograph made in the 1960s with high quality Swiss parts, including its 38mm stainless steel case and its Valjoux 7730 movement. It is in great condition and features bold arrow luminous hands and rotating bezel. The glossy black and silver dial offers nice contrasts and make it a very stylish and easy-to-wear timepiece.