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Hebdomas Baladin Jumping Hour

$2,500.00

  • Reference 3302
  • Watch only
  • Wire Price: $2,375
 

Year: Circa 1990s
Model: Baladin
Case Diameter: 38mm
Lug to Lug: 50mm
Case: Sterling Silver
Dial: White
Movement: Automatic

Condition
The 925 sterling silver case has a thick gold plate that is in very good condition with little signs of wear on the back. The glacier white dial is clean, and the acrylic crystal has minimal wear and no cracks. The movement has been fully overhauled.

This is a jumping hour by master watchmaker Vincent  Calabrese, distributed by Hebdomas. When it was released, the retail price was $9,760.00 USD. The 925/1000 silver case is plated in 20-micron yellow gold with articulated lugs. The front glass is made of plexiglass, while the back glass is mineral, allowing the ETA 2824 movement to be seen. The Hebdomas logo and the number 0216 are engraved on the oscillating mass. The white dial shows hours in Arabic numerals through a 360-degree rotating window, with minutes and seconds indicated by an arrow and hand. The 3, 6, 9, and 12 hours are replaced by the initials T (3), S (6), N (9), M (noon/midnight). The setting crown features a logo. The 38mm case has movable lugs, making the wearing experience even more comfortable than you would expect.

Hebdomas, a Swiss watchmaker, began its operations in the late 19th century to meet the growing demand for wristwatches. The Swiss watchmakers in La Chaux-de-Fonds, near the French border, have world-renowned craftsmanship and are known for their high-quality watches. Since 1888, all Hebdomas watches have been made by hand, piece by piece, with a high standard of quality rooted in their skilled watch-making experience and ancient customs related to the "cycle of seven."

The name Hebdomas recalls the festivities of Ebdomee, held in Sparta, Croton, and Mileto, which celebrated Apollo's birth on the seventh day of the month. These celebrations were dedicated to Dionisio and associated with superstitious rituals and beliefs. Over the years, Hebdomas has gained worldwide recognition and has won several gold medals and distinctions.

The success of Hebdomas watches in the 1900s was remarkable, with many unique pieces still found in private collections worldwide. Each element is meticulously selected and tested, even down to the beautiful enamel dials. Despite modern technological improvements, Hebdomas remains committed to its original concept and design.

Hebdomas has collaborated with master watchmaker Vincent Calabrese, who received a gold medal in 1977 at the Inventors Exhibition in Geneva. In 1990, his invention, "BALADIN," was awarded a prize for its originality and unprecedented conception. Today, Hebdomas continues to offer quality, style, and unique products to watch buyers worldwide.






 

Hebdomas Baladin Jumping Hour

$2,500.00

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  • Reference 3302
  • Watch only
  • Wire Price: $2,375
 

Year: Circa 1990s
Model: Baladin
Case Diameter: 38mm
Lug to Lug: 50mm
Case: Sterling Silver
Dial: White
Movement: Automatic

Condition
The 925 sterling silver case has a thick gold plate that is in very good condition with little signs of wear on the back. The glacier white dial is clean, and the acrylic crystal has minimal wear and no cracks. The movement has been fully overhauled.

This is a jumping hour by master watchmaker Vincent  Calabrese, distributed by Hebdomas. When it was released, the retail price was $9,760.00 USD. The 925/1000 silver case is plated in 20-micron yellow gold with articulated lugs. The front glass is made of plexiglass, while the back glass is mineral, allowing the ETA 2824 movement to be seen. The Hebdomas logo and the number 0216 are engraved on the oscillating mass. The white dial shows hours in Arabic numerals through a 360-degree rotating window, with minutes and seconds indicated by an arrow and hand. The 3, 6, 9, and 12 hours are replaced by the initials T (3), S (6), N (9), M (noon/midnight). The setting crown features a logo. The 38mm case has movable lugs, making the wearing experience even more comfortable than you would expect.

Hebdomas, a Swiss watchmaker, began its operations in the late 19th century to meet the growing demand for wristwatches. The Swiss watchmakers in La Chaux-de-Fonds, near the French border, have world-renowned craftsmanship and are known for their high-quality watches. Since 1888, all Hebdomas watches have been made by hand, piece by piece, with a high standard of quality rooted in their skilled watch-making experience and ancient customs related to the "cycle of seven."

The name Hebdomas recalls the festivities of Ebdomee, held in Sparta, Croton, and Mileto, which celebrated Apollo's birth on the seventh day of the month. These celebrations were dedicated to Dionisio and associated with superstitious rituals and beliefs. Over the years, Hebdomas has gained worldwide recognition and has won several gold medals and distinctions.

The success of Hebdomas watches in the 1900s was remarkable, with many unique pieces still found in private collections worldwide. Each element is meticulously selected and tested, even down to the beautiful enamel dials. Despite modern technological improvements, Hebdomas remains committed to its original concept and design.

Hebdomas has collaborated with master watchmaker Vincent Calabrese, who received a gold medal in 1977 at the Inventors Exhibition in Geneva. In 1990, his invention, "BALADIN," was awarded a prize for its originality and unprecedented conception. Today, Hebdomas continues to offer quality, style, and unique products to watch buyers worldwide.