Another watchmaker creation
"A watchmaker with a green thumb and a movement that raises interest"
The biggest surprise, however, is the movement. The movement comes from the company Peseux S.A. which transformed itself in the early 30's from a parts manufacturer to a movement manufacturer and in the mid 80's would become part of ETA.
The special thing about the movement is that the stamping is hardly visible which is rather unusual. In addition, the movement is gold and not silver as it was actually common for this model.All in all, the quality of workmanship is also higher than would have been standard for these movements, which suggests that this movement was hand finished with a lot of effort and then refined with gold. This would also explain the somewhat unclear engravings.
In early eras, many watches were not branded as they were not considered as lifestyle products, but a tool. This watch is from such an era. The high level of craftsmanship can be seen at the details on the dial and the quality of the casing. A truly unique high-quality timepiece.