Patek Philippe
Patek Philippe
Patek Philippe
Patek Philippe



Audemars Piguet

Royal Oak "Jumbo"



Why an Audemars Piguet Royal Oak model ref. 5402?


It took a long time to draw this drawing (97 hours) because this watch is embellished with a so-called tapestry dial.


It took a lot of precision, thoroughness and persistence. In addition, this drawing will remain very important for me and my family.


This was carried out during these 2 months of confinement.




Speedmaster Professionnal "Apollo 11"



Why a "50th Anniversary" Omega Speedmaster Professional 105.012 model?


This choice was as obvious as ever when I met Les Rhabilleurs.

My friend Gabriel told me about the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, the idea inteigued me. 

We discussed it for a few months to find the model we liked.


The realization of this drawing was pleasant for me because I knew the lines of the Speedmaster. 


Daytona"Big Red"



The 6263 appeared in the 70s with the 6265 and replaced the 6240 with an evolution of the targeted pushers.

The Rolex Daytona takes its name from the famous circuit in Florida where the best drivers compete for first place in frantic races, on their wrists of course: the Daytona.

Certainly the most iconic chronograph. . .


Speedmaster "MoonWatch"



For more than half a century, the OMEGA Speedmaster was involved in important moments of history. These moments have tested physical endurance and human courage. For example, for the first mission on the moon in July 1969 and all the other NASA inhabited flights since 1965 ...

Dessin Patek Philippe Nautilus 5712

Patek Philippe




In 1976, Gérald Genta was  inspired by a porthole of diving helmet and he gave birth to a legendary model, the Patek Philippe Nautilus 3700/1.

This watch has an octogonal bazel with softened corners. It embodies a perfect mix between sport and elegance. 

In 2006, the Nautilus was reinvented and the 5712 was born.

The 5712 incorporates a power reserve indicator, a hand calendar and moon phase....




5513 Meters First

The 5513 appeared in the 1960s and it replaced the 5512 and 6538 models.

The first models of the 5513 was a "Meter First", 200m=600ft. And until 1966 the dials was called "Glossy"....

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