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Maurice Lacroix



Made in

Swiss Made


Manual wind movement



Case diameter

36 mm


Mother of pearl dial with gilded hour indices & Roman numerals


Sapphire crystal with glass bottom

Bracelet material

Maurice Lacroix leather strap with gold-plated buckle

Year of production





Original box & papers

Water resistance

10 ATM



Maurice Lacroix Masterpiece Watch

SKU: 10300
    • Collector piece – very rare wristwatch
    • Limited edition #1419 of 1999
    • Brequette pointer hands
    • Reference 93489
    • Snap on case back
    • Gilded hands
    • Date at 12
    • Constant second at 6
    • Rhodium plated movement
    • Calibre peseux 7046 with fausses cotes decoration
    • 17 jewels


    About Maurice Lacroix


    Maurice Lacroix is a Swiss luxury watchmaker based in the Canton of Jura and headquartered in Zurich.


    Maurice Lacroix was founded as part of Desco von Schulthess of Zurich in 1975. Founded in 1889, Desco von Schulthess (Desco) is an older company with roots in the silk trade. Since 1946, Desco has also been a representative for luxury watches including Audemars Piguet, Heuer, Eterna, and Jaeger-LeCoultre. Over the years, Desco became more interested in the watch business, and in 1961 Desco acquired an assembly facility named Tiara in Saignelégier, in the Swiss Canton of Jura. There it produced private label watches for third parties. In 1975, Desco started marketing watches under the brand name Maurice Lacroix. There was a member on the board of Desco von Schulthess, parent & founding company of Maurice Lacroix, who was named Mr. Lacroix.


    By 1980, Maurice Lacroix had become so successful that the facility in Saignelégier ceased production for third parties. In 1989 Maurice Lacroix acquired the casemaker Queloz S.A., also based in Saignelégier. This ability to produce watch cases in-house makes Maurice Lacroix unusual compared to other luxury watch companies.


    During the 1990s, Maurice Lacroix experienced a "rocket-like ascent" with the launch of their high end "Les Mécaniques" line, later renamed the "Masterpiece" line. During this time, the company elevated itself to the high ranks of Swiss watch manufactures, by both maintaining traditional 'Swiss watch-making art' and by creating their own movements for its Masterpiece Collection.[


    The "Les Mécaniques" / "Masterpiece" line includes limited edition models based on "historic" or "heritage" movements purchased during the height of the quartz crisis and refinished to the highest standards. Of particular note are the alarm wristwatches, chronographs, and jump hour Masterpiece watches Maurice Lacroix produced based on heritage movements. In addition, this line includes watches based on extensively modified ébauches from ETA, Unitas, and others that incorporate numerous complications, including retrograde movements, power reserve indicators, and calendar modules.

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