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The Poetic Paul Collection from Gustave & Cie Elevates Single Hand Watches

Gustave & Cie, makers of quartz and mechanical single hand watches, have a new Kickstarter campaign launching on March 14th. Introducing the Paul Collection, inspired by the great French poet Paul Eluard, who’s works covered liberty, love, and the passage of time. Like all Gustave & Cie watches, these will be assembled in France and designed with attention to detail in mind.

There will be four variants within the Paul Collection. Two different dials and two different case treatments. The rose-gold plated models are available with either a white or dark blue enamel dial and have a matching rose gold hand and numerals. The polished stainless-steel models are also available in white or blue, but feature a polished steel hand and numerals.

All these watches will feature 24hr dials, with beautifully applied 12, 18, 24 and 06 numerals at their respective positions, and a gently curved hand that follows the inner curvature of the crystal. There are also numerals in handwritten font, denoting all the hours around the dial, which directly echo the poetic handwriting of the artist. Every angle of the 39mm case is curved to ensure comfort throughout the day.

Powering these timepieces will be the Miyota 9075 GMT movement, essentially removing all the other functions and solely using the GMT hand as the main timing indicator. The sapphire case back allows the owner to view the inner works and the partial poem engraved on the oscillating weight. The first one hundred and fifty models will be numbered and engraved between the lugs. Learn more and secure early pricing for the Paul Collection from Gustave & Cie through the recently launched Kickstarter. The watches start around $640 on Kickstarter and go up to around $965 after the campaign ends.

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