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Maestro.97 Tourbillon

The Maestro 97 takes his name from Master (English), Maître (french), Maestro (Italian): the ultimate title awarded to Mr Gerald Charles Genta by the universe of luxury watchmaking.

  • Reference: GC35-WG42-97
  • Movement: GC35 Manual-winding “Mustache Bridge” Tourbillon
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Technical information

Movement
GC35 Manual-winding “Mustache bridge” Tourbillon
Functions
Hours, Minutes, One-minute Tourbillon
Case
White Gold 18K – 42 mm
Thickness: 11.8 mm
Back: Sapphire Crystal open-work
Frequency
19,500 v/h precision
Power reserve
72 hours
Dial
“Squelette” open-work
Crystal
Sapphire no glare
Water resistance
30 meters
Strap
Brown Crocodile skin
Indicators
Painted hours and seconds
Bezel
Diamonds pave
Clasp
Folding white-gold
Maestro.97 Tourbillon
Watch features

Maestro.97

Maestro.97 is named after Maestro (Italian for Master): title awarded to the founder Mr. Gerald Charles Genta by the universe of luxury watchmaking.  

The Maestro.97 Skeleton Tourbillon Mustaches represents the iconic masterpiece of Gerald Charles and artistic paradigm of the Maison’s savoir-faire.

Maestro.97 Tourbillon
Maestro.97 Tourbillon
Watch features

The mustaches

The Mustaches of Mr. Gerald Charles Genta are reproduced in the tourbillon bridge. Quite unconventionally the bridge is made of polished stainless steel, a material rarely used for manufacturing such small components due to its typical hardness to mold. 

The case, in 18K white gold, presents a convexity at 6 o’clock that creates a dedicated space for the one-minute Tourbillon. This perfectly integrates mechanics and aesthetics. The hand-finished skeleton movement is visible in its full depth, through sapphire crystals, from all angles.

Two large barrels are perfectly integrated with the see-through bridges and are spinning during manual winding. The Maestro.97 was produced in a limited edition of 25 pieces only. It is now preserved in the Maison’s private collection.