Frédéric Jouvenot


Father of the first men

The Surya watch by Frédéric Jouvenot, first timepiece ever created to indicate the time by means of 12 petals changing color by night and day.

Surya is the sun god in Indian mythology. He is the father of Manu, the First Man. He drives a chariot pulled by seven horses (or a horse with seven heads ) representing the days of the week

Model : SURYA
Material : WHITE GOLD

General information

Patent pending new dial display indicating the passage of 24 hours with day and night

Hour display with jumping hours without discs or hands, replaced by 12 petals

Display of minutes via a disc rotating in the centre of the watch

White gold bezel set with 54 round diamonds totalling 2.15 carats

12 pink sapphire set dial elements

Crown set with a cabochon shaped pink sapphire

88 piece-limited edition

Swiss made

Two-year warranty

Details of the movement

Exquisite mechanical movement with hours and minutes. Black gold colour balance with screws

Movement bridges decorated and engraved with rhodium-plated côtes de Genève

Dial and bridges polished angles

Screw-adjusted balance, frequency of 28,800 vph

A hundred components are found inside the heart of the sun, measuring 12 mm in diameter and 5 mm in height

Automatic winding, 50 hour power reserve

47 jewels

Details of the casing

White gold case, crown and back

1- 88 numbering of case-back

Water resistant to 50 m

Face and back sapphire glass cover with anti-reflective coating

White gold folding clasp

Black or purple alligator leather strap

Case size: 42 x 52 x 14 mm

Dedicated presentation box, USB key with guarantee card and user manual

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

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