Alexandre Meerson and Rugby Star Adam Ashley-Cooper Introduce The Meerson D15

 |  September 16th, 2015

Ironically, a year ago to the day, ATimelyPerspective helped introduce the independent watchmaker Alexandre Meerson. Within that article we touched on the Altitude collection which showcases distinct and comfortable Swiss-made watches while implementing a heavy art deco design. This time around we are again here to introduce another new model, the Meerson D15. Inside this new COSC-certified chronometer timepiece is a Vaucher Manufacture Fleurier automatic calibre with a Dubois Debraz complication. Complete with its 189 components, 28 jewels and 4 Hz frequency, this timepiece has a 50 hour power reserve through its reinforced two barrels. The Meerson D15 displays the standard time within its three central hands. However, the fourth red-tipped hand serves as the 24-hour dual-time indicator while the sub-dial at…

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Introducing Alexandre Meerson Watches — the New Generation

 |  September 16th, 2014

By Isaac Wingold Independent watchmakers often strike a chord with us, due to the personal stories behind their creations, and the sheer amount of emotion in their work. While Alexandre Meerson has spent the better part of his career working for luxury conglomerates like LVMH and Richemont, he has long, firm roots in independent watch brands thanks to his father: Emerich Meerson (we here at ATimelyPerspective remember Emerich Meerson and his fashion-forward brand). This month Alexandre follows in his father’s footsteps, launching his own self-named brand: Alexandre Meerson. The brand’s inaugural collection of classic watches for men and women, “Altitude,” combines a truly intriguing aesthetic with a multitude of subtle details, all crafted to the highest standards of haute horlogerie. eerson’s father…

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