With heart and tweezers it goes to the soul of the mechanical watch.
You love mechanical watches just by looking at them. Imagine you could not only look inside, but even lay your hands on the open movement, experience and understand the movement live. A lover of mechanical watches gets goose bumps at the latest there.
We offer you the opportunity to get to the soul of a mechanical watch in a watchmaking workshop with the expert guidance of a watchmaker.
This is what awaits you at our watchmaking workshop:
After a quick journey through the time of the watchmaking craft establishing itself in Switzerland, up to today's watchmaking industry, we will tell the touching story of our manufacture brand Maurice de Mauriac. This takes 15 to 30 minutes, depending on how many questions we are allowed to answer.
Now there is a movement in front of the watchmaker who is in charge of the workshop and he shows on the open movement how exactly it works. Then everyone gets original watchmaker clothes, the typical magnifying glass and can - of course under the eyes of the expert - put hand and tweezers to the movement.
You are welcome to preserve the watchmaking workshop, which lasts about 2 hours, with photos and videos, even though you will never forget this experience. A gift at the end of the workshop will show our gratitude for your interest and will seal the love for the mechanical watch and us.
For some just a clockwork for others a small world of its own.