Matin - Pronounced “Mah-Tonne” is french for ‘Morning’. In particular, early morning, at the break of dawn. The collection is represented in three variants, a black dial lacquer, a silver guilloché dial, and the flagship of the brand, the Grand Feu enamel.

white dial_align right.png

Heated blue steel hands

Swiss Handwinding Movement

Classic with a twist

Quality Handcrafted Watches

Three quality watch models in a classic teardrop case; fit with a box sapphire crystal and handmade alligator strap. 

Silver with Texture: Matin Guilloché in a 39 mm case, with perfectly cut and finished dial. The model is fit with heated blue steel hands and decorated with polished 5 angled applied indices.

7R302990 (1).jpg

The classic timepiece is powered by the workhorse Swiss Sellita SW 210-1 handwinding movement; and regulated to strict standards.

watch vector 2.png

Grand Feu technique of enamelling that uses powdered enamel. The enamel melts at 800 degree celsius before fusing with the copper base.

The Matin Enamel is made with real Grand Feu techniques, which demands great skill from the dialmaker. Each piece is kiln fired and finished by hand and no two dials are the same.

Stealth Class: The Matin Black is fit with a top-grade polished black lacquer dial. A set of hand-polished plume hands add a finishing touch to the understated classic men's watch.

web Travailler-Black-clipped.jpg