Adorned with a sunray silvered dial, this model from the Equus collection is homage to the rich history of watch-making and to the instrument used by the king's watchmakers responsible for setting the palace clocks and watches to the correct time. This regulator offers an original reading of the time: the large hand counts the minutes, while the hour hand is moved to 10 o'clock on a small specific counter. As for the date, it is indicated in a small window placed at 6 o'clock. The deep black dial, which matches the leather strap, enhances this discreetly and undeniably original watch.Directly inspired by the equestrian world, the Equus Origine watch gives an elegant, emphatic nod to the harness worn by horses, perhaps Emile Pequignet's greatest passion.
The top-stitched leather recalls the bridle traces on horses harnessed to vehicles and the hooks are inspired by the stirrups on the saddle of mounted horses.
Combining strength and elegance, in keeping with "Mankind's noblest conquest", this collection has been designed for ladies, who wish to possess a discreet, elegant watch, but one with undeniable personality.
For your peace of mind, Pequignet watches are guaranteed for 3 or 5 years from the date of purchase: 5 years for models equipped with a Pequignet movement (Royale collection, Attitude, Extrême 300, Concorde) and 3 years for other automatic, manual or quartz models.
If you encounter a problem with your watch during the warranty period, you may count on our customer service and on our expert watchmakers to resolve the problem at no cost to you. This warranty applies to all the watches and covers all manufacturing defects in normal conditions of use. This warranty is effective only if the watch returned is accompanied by the warranty certificate, duly dated, signed and bearing the stamp of the retailer authorised to represent Pequignet. Each watch arriving at the Manufacture shall be the subject of an examination undertaken by our master watchmaker, in order to certify its condition.
THE EQUUS COLLECTION
PEQUIGNET: THE ART OF TIME