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September 1, 2015


For the third consecutive time, Laurent Ferrier has decided to support research on Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Making_of__onlywatch2015_once_again_... The Monegasque Association against Myopathies and the Monaco Yacht show organized for the tenth consecutive time, a charity designed to raise funds for research into Duchenne muscular dystrophy. This auction involving the biggest watch brands in the world will take place in November 7th, 2015 in Geneva. For this occasion, Laurent Ferrier has designed a brand new model, totally original ... Honored_to_support__onlywatch2015_with_this_steel__GaletSquare_an_unprecedented_two-tone_sector_dial_and_unique_lugs_specially_created_for_the_occasion._Hope_to_see_you_on_November_7th_for_this_major_charity_auction_  

July 3, 2015


Les galets – Samivel
Adapted from the French poem “Pebbles” by Samivel
On a pebble beach,
tell me what you see?
Pebbles as far as the eye can reach,
All apparently very much alike,
yet a closer look shows
that some are round and others square,
golden, garnet, jade, multicoloured…

At Laurent Ferrier,
some are round and others square
… gold and steel
LF_GALET SQUARE_PROFIL 2 The Galet (pebble). Laurent Ferrier's signature, is being reinterpreted. At Baselworld 2015, Laurent Ferrier unveils its new model: the Galet Square. Technically speaking, the original Galet has become a square leaning towards a cushion shape. Laurent Ferrier has devoted particular attention to the aesthetic harmony of the model. The flowing lines designed five years ago by Laurent Ferrier have been maintained and are now housed within a new case that reprises every subtle detail. The difficulty of the exercise lay in preserving this aesthetic signature while gently shifting it towards new lines. The Galet Square, measuring 41 x 41 mm, is intended to assert a bolder presence on the wrist than the models that inspired it. This is also the first time that Laurent Ferrier is introducing a steel case. The Galet Square, which is joining the brand’s regular collections, thereby opens up a whole new creative era for collections that had thus far been crafted only from rare and precious metals. LF_GALET SQUARE_BLUE The movement is still the self-winding FBN 229.01 calibre with unidirectional pawl-fitted micro-rotor and a three-day power reserve. This is the third in-house movement developed, assembled and adjusted in the Laurent Ferrier workshops. It is equipped with silicon escapement featuring double direct impulse on the balance.

May 19, 2015


For its fifth anniversary, Laurent Ferrier pays a delicious tribute to its four exclusive movements. chocolat2 To celebrate this milestone, a special series is infused with a truly delectable flavour. A keen devotee of the cocoa bean and all it implies, Laurent Ferrier reinterprets the dial of each model in chocolate tones. All models of the LAURENT FERRIER collection will be equipped with an intense chocolate brown dial graced with white chocolate-toned hour-markers.

December 18, 2014


Laurent Ferrier has decided to adorn the Galet Classic Tourbilllon Double Spiral with a sparkling halo in tribute to his first model. News 30_Galet Classic Serti News 2 48 baguette-cut diamonds (3 carats) have been set according to a demanding technique representing a unique skill. Invisible setting is indeed extremely complex, with the diamonds mysteriously held in place as if by magic, thereby ensuring perfect harmony around the bezel. Moreover, the stones are arranged in such a way that they appeal to be moulded to the sapphire crystal. The combination of these two processes endows this creation with a highly distinctive aura.

November 13, 2014


LAURENT FERRIER makes your dreams come true. For its exceptional piece, the Galet Secret, the team offers a completly bespoke service to give an extra touch of soul to your timepiece. Imagine your dial and LAURENT FERRIER takes care of the rest. GALET SECRET_a unique piece_v2

April 24, 2014

GALET MICRO-ROTOR: A new tribute to traditional watchmaking

With these two models presented at Baselworld 2014, Laurent Ferrier pays a further tribute to traditional watchmaking by setting a new tone for the Galet Micro-Rotor line.

Laurent Ferrier has decided to offer a new interpretation of the dial with gold appliques typical of the Micro-Rotor models. A minute track runs around these new dials, while straight relief-worked Arabic numerals focus firmly on readability.

The vertical-structured black dial and the opaline silver-toned dial, both in solid silver, confirm Laurent Ferrier’s high demands in the realm of watchmaking aesthetics.

These dials with their finely balanced architecture set an original tone for these models of which the case and movement are as pure and exclusive as ever.

The Laurent Ferrier signature is clearly apparent in the curve of the white or red gold case that picks up the pure aesthetic in-house codes in the now distinctive “pebble” shape that harks back to the understated models of 19th century horological history. The “assegai-shaped” hands are stamped in order to achieve the characteristic extreme slenderness of Laurent Ferrier model; while its “ball-shaped” winding crown ensures pleasantly smooth handling.


March 20, 2014

The Galet Micro-Rotor goes blue

Unveiled in January 2013, the new dial of the Galet Micro-Rotor is available in a blue version for this emblematic piece from the Laurent Ferrier collection. The gold hour-markers are tinted white in order to accentuate their readability. This new Galet Micro-Rotor is available with an 18K/750 white or red gold case. LCF004.G1.CW1.1_soldat

December 20, 2013

An exceptional GALET SECRET unveiled

For the very first time, the GALET SECRET by LAURENT FERRIER welcomes a creative artisan’s free-spirited interpretation of a contemporary pictorial work. Charles Belle is a contemporary artist who creates large-size paintings. The encounter between Charles Belle, who fills space with shimmering colours, and a miniature painting specialist, has given rise to a fascinating artistic cooperative endeavour. The entire difficulty for the enameller lies in sufficiently mastering the craft so as to ensure that the colour effect faithfully reflects the painter’s generous colour palette. Characterised by a unique touch, subtle nuances and vibrant tone, the entire genius of Charles Belle is reproduced on the tiny scale of a dial that will be housed in a 42 mm-diameter watch creation.   painting

September 10, 2013

Spotlight on the Galet Traveller

After a plane journey around the world, the Galet Traveller now reveals its attributes in a brand-new film. Each detail is shown in minute and vibrant detail. The gaze sweeps across the famous pebble-shaped solid gold case and the generous winding crown, before marvelling at the dial effects, the gold hands and the slender hour-markers complemented by two bevelled apertures displaying the reference time and date. A look through the back then reveals the self-winding LF 230.01 movement from the line of Micro-Rotor with natural escapement movements, which incorporates the dual-time adjustment mechanism as well as the date. One also notes that the latter is not an additional module, but instead a fully integrated complication that required no less than two years of development and is once again graced with breathtakingly beautiful finishing…



July 15, 2013

Baselworld 2013: a steel limited series of the Galet Classic


Laurent Ferrier introduces an exceptional limited series in order to highlight the latest developments of the Tourbillon Double Spiral calibre. Only 18 of these Galet Classic steel watches will emerge from the workshops.

Among the recent technical developments, Laurent Ferrier wished to optimise the efficiency of its initial calibre. The aim was to make the performance of the regulating organ even more reliable by achieving complete mastery of the escapement. Thanks to the combination of the famous tourbillon double-hairspring mechanism along with manual adjustment of this new escapement, the chronometer confirms its excellent rating regularity.

This limited edition features a gold dial adorned by hand with a sunburst guilloché motif. Delicate hour-markers punctuate the décor and accentuate the depth effect. The small seconds at 6 o’clock is slightly recessed. The case-back provides an admirable view of the extremely meticulous movement finishing: the ratchet pawl and its smooth round-polished blade, the bridges embellished with Côtes de Genève, the circular-grained mainplate, the clean-cut edges and the hand-chamfered and polished interior angles. The art of watchmaking at its purest and finest.