Greubel Forsey unveiled its Signature collection at SIHH 2016, a new series of watches with each being brought to life by a single watchmaker within the brand, allowing them to put their own stamp on a timepiece whilst still following the ethos and standard of excellence established by Robert Greubel and Steven Forsey.
The first in the series, the Signature 1, is the brainchild of watchmaker Didier J.G. Cretin, a long-time member of the Greubel Forsey team.
The Signature 1 represents the first manually wound, three-hand watch from the high-end brand and features an exclusively designed balance wheel and gold dial. The Signature 1, which is also the thinnest and most affordable Greubel Forsey watch to be created, will be available in white gold (11 pieces), rose gold (11), platinum (11) and in another first for Greubel Forsey, steel (33 pieces).