“We were keen to have a highly exclusive new edition to celebrate the bicentenary of the chronograph,” said Jean-Marie Schaller, CEO of Ateliers Louis Moinet. “Following on from the first Memoris watches, unveiled in 2015 to celebrate our tenth anniversary, this bicentennial edition opens up a whole new chapter of celebrations – and the next decade of Louis Moinet creations.”
The watch will feature a 46mm rose-gold case in brushed and polished finishes with a Louis Moinet signature on the side. Chevé concave crystals of scratchproof sapphire pay tribute to the watchmakers of yesteryear. Inside the case, inside six functional screws on a bezel hold together 52 parts.
Especially created for Memoris, the case sports alternating brushed and polished finishes, and bears the Louis Moinet signature on the side. Also found inside the case is the chronograph, which is easily on display. Even the counters were made in transparent material to ensure no part of the mechanism is hidden.