Frédéric Jouvenot


The One who shines at night

Nanna/Sîn is the deity representing the moon for the ancient Mesopotamians. He is therefore the main star that lights up the night, and owns a privileged place in mythology, since he is said to be the father of the god symbolizing the solar star, Shamash.

While the sun god roams the sky during the day and then spends the nights in the Underworld, the moon god takes over.

Model: SIN
Material: TITANIUM

New face which indicates the passage of 24 hours with the day and night (patented system)

White gold bezel set with baguette-cut diamonds totalling 5.88 carats

Dial set with white diamonds

18-piece limited edition

Screw-adjusted balance, frequency of 28,800 vph

Manual winding, 50-hour power reserve

42 jewels

Case made in white gold, 50m waterproof

White gold folding clasp

Black alligator leather strap

Case diameter: 44 x 55 x 13 mm

Each piece being unique and built on demand, the delivery schedule is 3 months.
Thank you for your understanding.

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